Jurgen Klopp Lost His Cool With Geoff Shreeves Yet Again During Incredibly Salty Interview
Jurgen Klopp and Geoff Shreeves don't seem to get along very well.
Back in July, the Liverpool boss seemed to question the journalist's ability to ask questions that the German deemed acceptable, and again in November the coach had a go at Shreeves while criticising broadcasters for scheduling.
Now, with Liverpool's all-important match with Manchester City coming up, the pair have clashed yet again.
Klopp appeared to be rattled when Shreeves asked if the Reds can still win the Premier League title.
When Shreeves asked if it's possible, Klopp replied: "I don't understand you, the only thing you want to talk about is us becoming champion. Have you ever been the best sports commentator in the world?"
Geoff :speaking_head: "Is it still possible?"- Football Daily (@footballdaily) February 7, 2021
Jurgen :speaking_head: "I don't understand you, the only thing you want to talk about is us becoming champion. Have you ever been the best sports commentator in the world?"
Jurgen Klopp & @GeoffShreeves with a great back and forth pic.twitter.com/eiKq4dBXcg
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It's not the most eloquent of comebacks, and might be a sign that the German is getting seriously worried about his team's Premier League chances.
The Merseyside club have been struggling to score, and a series of poor results have seen them slip from frontrunners to fourth. They are seven points behind leaders Manchester City, and Pep Guardiola's side also have a game in hand.
This makes their clash on Sunday crucial to Liverpool's chances for the rest of the campaign, and a loss may mean they have to focus on the cup competitions for a chance at silverware.
:speaking_head:"We will see, I don't know yet"- Football Daily (@footballdaily) February 5, 2021
Jurgen Klopp gives an update on the injuries in the Liverpool squad and if Ozan Kabak or Ben Davies are ready to start for Liverpool pic.twitter.com/reREZWSGsr
However, the Reds aren't going into the match at full strength, with a defensive injury crisis meaning that recent signings Ben Davies and Ozan Kabak may have to come straight into the starting XI against the likes of Raheem Sterling and co.
Is Klopp beginning to feel the pressure?
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