Klopp on the goal of his dreams: This means the world to me

Jurgen Klopp was at his first English football championship right in the mood for celebration. Again and again, danced, cheered, sang, and laughed the German co

Klopp on the goal of his dreams: This means the world to me

Jurgen Klopp was at his first English football championship right in the mood for celebration. Again and again, danced, cheered, sang, and laughed the German coach of the new title holder Liverpool FC on Wednesday night during the because of the Coronavirus pandemic, perhaps the most remarkable championship Cup ceremony in the empty stadium at Anfield. "A great Moment," said the former Bundesliga coach on the first Liverpool championship in 30 years. "This means the world to me."

Arm-in-Arm, he sang with the professionals of the Reds, the legendary "You'll Never Walk Alone" in front of the empty Fan-tribune The lad. There captain Jordan Henderson took a short time before of club legend Kenny Dalglish, who had to stand with a red Liverpool-Mouth guard a little off, with fireworks and confetti, the long-awaited trophy in the rain. "We are now Champions of England, Europe and the world, and that is the only truth," said the 53-year-old mostly-makers and reminded them of winning the Champions League and the club world Cup last year. "I could not be prouder."

Only the empty stadium clouded the historic evening. 5:3 the Klopp Elf defeated in an offensive spectacle of FC Chelsea, the Cup handover for an outstanding season – but all without the followers. Therefore, the former Dortmund was Coach directly to the Fans. "Drink what you want and makes you ready for a Party, I only know what time is. If this Bullshit Virus is over," said Klopp, and announced in a big meeting: "We will later make a joint Party."

The Fans were not directly in front of the place, but in the 19th century. Championship yet, somehow, live. Some Liverpool professionals sent in the social media, the Live video from the cabin or from the Cup handover. "It would have been perfect with the Fans in the stadium. But it is also a great Moment for me,“ said a very happy Klopp.

Klopp's Co-coach Peter Krawietz, meanwhile, has criticised the British government for their handling of the corona of a crisis. "The man is in England too late and too little consistently addressed. To date, there are a few rules that can be applied in everyday life manageable. If I stand with mouth protection and rubber gloves at the gas station, I'm looking at sometimes, as I came from the moon,“ said the assistant to the German team Manager, in an Interview with Spox and Goal.

You have done especially at the beginning of the pandemic, said Krawietz: "From my point of view, it has been found, to date, no effective approach." Just the handling in Germany is, in spite of the many discussions "an impressive example of how a company is compelled to learn New things and to deal with it properly," says the 48-Year-old.

Updated Date: 23 July 2020, 03:20

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