Jurgen Klopp sends message to Man City after parting shot at champions’ 115 charges

Jurgen Klopp sends message to Man City after parting shot at champions' 115 charges

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp at the end of the Premier League match and his final game in charge at Anfield

On Sunday, Pep Guardiola’s team won the Premier League for the fourth time in a row, and Jurgen Klopp congratulated Manchester City on their ongoing success.

Jurgen Klopp, the departing manager of Liverpool, praised Manchester City, the reigning Premier League champions, and wished Pep Guardiola and his group continued success.

Speaking following his last game as manager of the Reds, a 2-0 victory over Wolves, Klopp praised his longtime rivals for preventing him from winning more domestic titles. City’s victory over West Ham on the final day secured an unprecedented fourth title in a row.

Prior to this weekend’s games, Klopp praised Guardiola as the greatest manager in the world, which is when the message was sent. However, the 115 Premier League charges that still loom over City’s accomplishments will leave Klopp’s time at Anfield uncertain.

As he concludes his tenure in England, Klopp has a winning record against Manchester City but has not been able to match their achievements in the division. The former manager of Dortmund doesn’t think a different person would lead the team to the same level of success.

Klopp remarked, “Everyone knows about the 115 charges, but I have no idea what that means.” All I know is the number. It’s crucial to remember that Pep Guardiola is the greatest manager in the world, regardless of what has transpired at Manchester City.

“That club does not win the league four times in a row if you put any other manager in charge of it.” That is his boys’ responsibility. Is it a sign that they can do anything they want? No. However, I have no idea what they did, if anything, and I’m not here to claim that they did.

“We’ll see.” Of course, if City is guilty, I would like to find out eventually. Everyone is curious to find out. However, I’ll be elsewhere. I don’t worry about these things because Pep’s quality makes all the difference. We’ll see. It’s not my problem, and I’m happy with our current situation and our accomplishments.”

After his farewell game, Klopp wanted to give new coach Arne Slot some encouragement. This summer, the Feyenoord manager will take over as manager of the Reds, and Klopp gave a special indication of his approval.

“You welcome the new manager like you welcomed me,” he replied. You put your all into it from the start. You never stop believing. You exert pressure on the group. Now I am one of you. I adore you utterly. I’m grateful. The world’s greatest team is yours. I’m grateful.

After that, the 56-year-old started singing, “Arne Slot, na, na, na, na,” with Anfield joining him.


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