LONDON- Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, come to sympathize with Manchester United boss, Louis van Gaal, who was under pressure after the team could only win one time in the last eight games.
United and Liverpool will face each other in a duel that took place at Anfield this weekend. Both had played a 3-3 draw against Newcastle and Arsenal in midweek.
"The pressure aimed at Van Gaal is very large, but I do not feel the same. But the conditions that must happen if the team does not go the way you want it. Are you going to change or not, it is the important thing," said Klopp on Goal International.
"Life is not always friendly. I know what's happening in the world of managerial and there are not many people who are concerned with what is perceived by the manager. I'm not much attention to United, but I heard it. Louis was not too happy with the media, but I think he should try to look at it from another angle.
"A manager is not always in good condition. As I experienced when I first came here. First they say 'yeah!', Then 'ooh' and next thing I knew I was alone facing a difficult situation.