After Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers yesterday, Twitter has been flooded with tweets on who can be the next Liverpool manager.
While the Liverpool fans are crying for ‘Klopp for Kop’ and ‘Don Carlo to Anfield’, some fans also took the opportunity to troll Liverpool tweeting that they will appoint Sam Allardyce as the next manager.
The condition of Liverpool fans are too miserable now that some of them also believed the hoax.
Here are some tweets on ‘Big Sam’ to Liverpool-
Scenes when you’re all expecting Klopp and we appoint Sam Allardyce
— JFT96 (@LFCTikiTaka) October 4, 2015
Just remember, nothing is certain… and Sam Allardyce is still looking for his next club.
— Feint Zebra (@feintzebra) October 4, 2015
BREAKING: Liverpool appoint Sam Allardyce on a 4 year deal after the departure of Brendan Rodgers. More to follow #SSNHQ
— Owen (@OwenWHU) October 4, 2015
Welcome to #LFC Sam Allardyce
— Ricky Mann (@RickyMann4) October 4, 2015
Unreal banter if Sam Allardyce is named next Liverpool manager
— Fouad (@FouedChoueiry) October 4, 2015
I pray that Liverpool hire Sam Allardyce.
— Liam (@OffsideLiam) October 4, 2015
Imagine we end up hiring Sam allardyce.
— Laal (@ANnikaFIELD) October 4, 2015
BREAKING: Sky Sources: Sam Allardyce close to becoming the new Liverpool manager. More soon.
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkysSportNewsHQ) October 4, 2015
Ancelotti some like a lotty Maybe Klopp will come out on top But what would be really nice Is for #LFC to appoint Sam Allardyce.
— Philip Johnson (@FreelancePhilJ) October 5, 2015
Imagine after all this, we signed Sam Allardyce.
— LFC Fans Corner (@LFCFansCorner) October 4, 2015
Sam Allardyce to replace Rodgers at Liverpool. Banter
— Remi Oladipo (@Ceorhemz) October 5, 2015
i had a dream Sam Allardyce brought me a pint last night #toplad
— Henry (@CenryHareless) October 5, 2015
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