Jurgen Klopp has recently questioned Gary Neville’s suitability as a TV pundit after he criticised Liverpool’s goalkeeper in his match against Bournemouth conceding four goals.
Klopp said “He showed he struggled with the job to judge players so why do we let him talk about talk about players on TV?”
Klopp made reference to Gary’s short-lived career as a manager of Valencia CF, only lasting four months.
His brother Phil then said the keeper should “keep his mouth shut”, as BBC’s Match of the Day analysed the keeper’s display against the Hammers last weekend.
“The Neville brothers – the one who was the manager he obviously should know that too much criticism never helps” Klopp said about Gary’s poor job at Valencia.
Both Gary Neville and Carragher criticised Karius after the loss at Bournemouth in November, before the former Mainz keeper hit back at Neville in a newspaper interview.
He said “I messed up but I don’t care what Gary Neville says… he is always very critical.”