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Jurgen Klopp fires savage dig at Chelsea owners after another parting jab at Man Utd

During his final week as Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp took aim at rival teams.

Jurgen Klopp fires savage dig at Chelsea owners after another parting jab at Man Utd

Klopp (Image: Getty)

In his farewell remarks, Jurgen Klopp poked fun at two of Liverpool’s fiercest rivals.

He seemed to attack Chelsea’s owners, saying he would not have survived a year under them, and criticize Man United’s treatment of Jadon Sancho during a specially scheduled “Evening with Jurgen Klopp” in front of supporters.

Enzo Maresca will be Chelsea’s tenth permanent manager during Klopp’s nine-year tenure at Liverpool, and the manager’s lack of long-term planning has left him perplexed.

He finds it hard to believe that Mauricio Pochettino was fired by the Blues after only one season in charge, just as he was starting to show signs of improvement and finishing sixth to get the team back into Europe. According to Klopp, clubs require stability, and he asserts that he could not have survived under Todd Boehly, the current chairman, and former owner Roman Abramovich.

Klopp, whose tenure as Liverpool manager comes to an end tomorrow, stated, “We should be really happy that we have these owners and not the guys who bought London clubs and stuff like that.” “Under them, I could not have made it through a year at Liverpool.”

“Excellent progress, but it’s not enough; fire him!” After a year, “sack him.” “After all, they play a game of football where everyone believes they might be back, and they still fire the manager.”

Jurgen Klopp fires savage dig at Chelsea owners after another parting jab at Man Utd

Klopp is shocked that Chelsea have sacked Mauricio Pochettino. (Image: Getty)

If Liverpool supporters feel like whining about their American owners, FSG, overspending on players, Klopp says Chelsea is an example to follow. According to Klopp, FSG has always made him feel supported and has given him what they could afford to spend.

“People always think the grass is greener on the other side, but our owners actually feel like they own the club and put in a lot of effort to make it successful,” he said. “I experienced support. We performed it to the best of our abilities, and I’m okay with that.

Additionally, it seemed as though the German manager was accusing Eric ten Hag and United of abandoning Sancho before sending him back to Borussia Dortmund on loan in January. Though he didn’t mention the 24-year-old by name, his point was made without ambiguity.

He told the audience, “The manager has to be the one behind the player if the entire world loses trust and faith in the player.” “I refuse to accept that ‘he’s useless’ crap, which is, incidentally, what other clubs accepted. spending £80 million on a player and then loaning him out!”

After making his big money move to United in the summer of 2022, Sancho only managed to score 12 goals in 81 appearances for the team, but his return to Germany has been beneficial. He will play for Dortmund this Saturday against Real Madrid in the Champions League final. The Red Devils were eliminated from the competition during the group stages.

 

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