Liverpool’s decision to appoint a specialist throw-in coach has been ridiculed by pundit Andy Gray. The Reds have drafted in Dane Thomas Gronnemark, who has been working with Jurgen Klopp’s men on the training pitch. On his appointment, Klopp said: “When I heard about Thomas, it was clear to me I wanted to meet him; when I met him, it was 100 per cent clear I wanted to employ him. Now he is here and we work on that from time to time. “You cannot have enough specialists around you. I must always be the guy who makes the decisions on when we use all these specialists but you cannot have enough. We have the fitness, medical department, we have the nutrition, and now we have somebody for throw-ins.” But former Everton striker Gray isn’t convinced and laughed at the appointment. Speaking on beIN SPORTS, he said: “I know how you can take advantage of a situation, throw it to one of your own players. “That would be No.1. No.2. Keep hold of the ball. Maybe we are going to see Andy Robertson do a headstand and take it. “I have got a new one. I want to be the first kick-off coach.” Former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson added: “How do you become a professional footballer if you can’t take a throw-in? “I can’t see Liverpool changing their tactics and hurling the ball into the box like Stoke did.