Jurgen Klopp: I Would Quit If Liverpool Put Out A Video Of My Team-Talk
Jurgen Klopp has responded to Salzburg manager Jesse Marsch's passionate team-talk video by saying he would quit if Liverpool put him in that position.
The Austrian club uploaded a video of the Marsch's fiery half-time team-talk from the Champions League clash on Wednesday night to their You Tube channel.
An emotional Marsch told his players to target Virgil van Dijk and "f**king raise our fight" in the Anfield away dressing room.
To be fair to Marsch, his words worked wonders as Salzburg produced a stunning fightback to peg Liverpool back to 3-3, only for Mo Salah to score a late winner.
But Klopp was having none of it, and said he wouldn't be happy if his club uploaded a video of his team-talk.
Great insight into the half-time talk from Jesse Marsch in their game vs Liverpool.- Darian Wilken (@CoachDarian) October 3, 2019
Interesting to note the emphasis placed group cohesion and re-aligning mentality before addressing any tactical components. pic.twitter.com/unNplaA25U
When asked about Salsburg's video, Klopp said: "If LFCTV would put out a video of me in a situation like that, I would leave the club.
"That's the truth. That's all I have to say about that!"
Klopp was speaking ahead of Liverpool's clash with high-flying Leicester at Anfield on Saturday.
Brendan Rodgers' side are in good form and could pose a threat to the Reds' 100 per cent start to the season.
Klopp is hopeful of welcoming back Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson from injury after almost two months out.
Alisson injured his calf in Liverpool's win over Norwich on August 9, but Klopp said: "Alisson is still maybe, maybe not.
"Yesterday he trained with the team and he looked really good. We will see before making a decision."