Klopp archive - Page 2

[Sky Sports PL] Jurgen Klopp has defeated the Man City boss more than any other coach in the game...(11 Klopp - 9 Pep, 5 draws)
[Dominic King] Whoever at Manchester City felt Jurgen Klopp talking about football finance was a trigger for chanting about disasters should say it publicly rather than engage in Machiavellian briefings. The last 36 hours have been a disgrace.
[FootballDaily] David Moyes on Klopp red card: “I think if we stood there and did nothing, then the supporters, the public and you would probably question ‘why not?’ And if you look at the incident he got angry about, he was right wasn’t he?”
[James Robson] Klopp will not face an automatic ban for the West Ham game. FA will assess his behaviour before deciding on ban/fine/hearing or no further action
[Red Fåb] Bernardo Silva kicking and elbowing Salah after bringing him down
[Squawka] Jürgen Klopp is the only manager to face Pep Guardiola 10+ times and have more wins (12) than losses (9).
[Pearce]: Klopp: “Nobody can compete with City (financially). You have the best team in the world you put in the best striker on the market, no matter what it costs. I know City will not like it, you’ve asked the question but you know the answer. We can’t act like them.” #LFC
[Alan Smith] What Klopp said about state ownership is indisputable and anyone who argues otherwise is blinded by an affiliation to an entity that is being used for purposes beyond football.
[via Fabrizio Romano] Klopp: “Nobody can compete with Man City. You have the best team in the world and you put in the best striker on the market, no matter what he cost”. “We can’t act like them at Liverpool. It is not possible”.
[Pearce] Klopp on how [Liverpool/City] fixture is usually a title decider: "It could be again this year, but not with us!"
Klopp - "Every single player was spot on!" - Post Game Interview
[James Pearce] Klopp in response to being told that Didi Hamann says they need "a spark": "Oh great, a fantastic source. Well respected everywhere. Didi Hamann doesn't deserve for his phrase to be used...... ask your own question."
[John Cross] FA looking into the incident in second half which prompted ref Michael Oliver to approach both benches and speak to Klopp and Arteta. Believed to be words exchanged on pitch. More to follow @MirrorFootball
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