Liverpool’s calamitous season hit a new low last week with disappointing draws against Sevilla and Chelsea.
Against the La Liga side, the Reds blew a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 and squander the chance to seal Champions League progression.
In Sunday’s game against Chelsea, meanwhile, Liverpool again missed out on the chance to make ground on their rivals with Willian salvaging a late point for the visitors.
And pundit Wright has now ripped into Klopp – and urged the German to pen a book detailing why his side are unable to defend.
“We’re not talking cheating here. We’re talking basic game management,” he wrote in his column for The Sun.
“The ability to run down the clock in a professional and organised manner.
“To me, Klopp’s words were those of an idealist. Great in theory, but not practical at all — not if you want to win things. It smacked of him trying to mask his team’s mistakes and embarrassment through his principles.
“And I don’t believe him for one minute.
“Are you telling me if Liverpool were in front in the dying seconds of a game to win the title or the Champions League, he wouldn’t want them doing everything to see it through?
“This is the man who said he could produce a book on defending in two hours — but they are still leaking plenty of stupid goals.
“Maybe he should sit down and start writing.”
Liverpool will be aiming to hold onto a lead when they go up against Stoke tomorrow (8pm).
They currently sit sixth in the league…