Liverpool's coach Jürgen Klopp is looking forward to the Handover of the Champions trophy on Wednesday evening contrary. "This is one of the greatest days of my life, to finally hold the trophy in the hands. I will be very proud of the boys,“ said the 53-Year-old on Tuesday with a view to the season's final game against Chelsea (Wednesday, 21.15 PM at Sky). The Reds, the first championship secured for 30 years already, at 25. June, now the official coronation takes place at last.
"We are now in a month master. It is a bit like Christmas – you know, that you get a specific gift, but you're still excited,“ said Klopp. "It will be something Special. I'm so happy that the boys have this Moment. You have it more than any other deserves to be, because they had to cope with many setbacks.“
usually parade through Liverpool to be rescheduled
The forthcoming celebrations should not stop his Team from winning. Especially since Chelsea was a difficult opponent. "I expect a good game from us and, unfortunately, a good game from Chelsea. We need to do something about it. We are not there to wait until the Party starts,“ said Klopp.
Meanwhile, for Liverpool, the competent chief of police in the Merseyside County, Andy Cooke called on the Liverpool Fans to stay because of the Corona pandemic at home and not to gather outside of the stadium. The police were on site and will take action if necessary. "I am a follower of Liverpool. Now is the time to celebrate is not but,“ said Cooke. After the championship triumph, thousands of Liverpool had celebrated exuberantly at the Anfield Fans, without minimum distance and the mouth-nose protection.Updated Date: 21 July 2020, 12:20