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Why Jurgen Klopp was spotted alone at Anfield before Liverpool’s emotional farewell

Social media went viral when a photo of Jurgen Klopp at Anfield went viral – but what was he doing there?

The Liverpool boss is in his final week at the club after nine years and he will remain a true Reds icon.

Klopp will leave Liverpool after nine years at the end of the season on Sunday


Klopp will leave Liverpool after nine years at the end of the season on Sunday

So when a photo of Klopp alone at Anfield was posted on social media, fans shared it widely and speculated that he was soaking up the scenery for the last time.

However, the truth is that the German coach had to be at Anfield for an event.

The club staff had issued him a leave of absence because they wanted to thank him for his services over the last nine years.

The six trophies he won at Liverpool were on display during a question-and-answer session with those in attendance, with Klopp thanking staff for the journey they shared.

Attendees described the “moving” event as “an absolute privilege” with many memories and photos taken.

Liverpool academy manager Mike Yates said on our club, the city and its people… what a man “We did it the Liverpool way.” Danke Jurgen.

Liverpool vice-president of communications Craig Evans posted: “Emotional afternoon at Anfield today. Jurgen does what Jurgen does.

“A staff event for us to thank him with a team photo and Q&A – and Jurgen is sort of making it an event to thank all the staff at the club for him. What an incredible human being.

Liverpool fans are set to bid Klopp a massive farewell on Sunday in the final game of the season when the Reds take on Wolves.

Anfield is exhausted and volume levels are set to reach new heights as they look to give Klopp the farewell he deserves.

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And the Liverpool boss admitted he could be a little emotional at full time.

After Monday night’s draw against Aston Villa, Klopp said of the fans: “I have no doubts about our relationship. I really appreciate that.

“I can’t really put it into words yet because I have to protect myself a little bit. Emotions will come out. »

Liverpool are already assured of finishing third this season, making Wolves’ clash a dead rubber for the Reds in terms of league position.


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