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Jurgen Klopp first started listening to talkSPORT as part of his attempts to learn English terminology but he quickly decided that those on the station talk "unbelievable bullsh*t".
The German wanted to pick up on different accents and phraseology and was successful in doing so, yet at the same time he found himself disliking the content aired.
"Before I came here, I listened to talkSPORT," Klopp told Liverpool fan and comedian John Bishop as part of A Game Of Two Halves from Author Amy Raphael.
"They talk unbelievable bulls**t, but I picked up English football terms and heard different dialects - Scottish for sure, probably Irish. I carried on listening when I got here.
"Just half an hour on the way to work and half an hour back improved my language and gave me a range of words."
Klopp is now closing in on four years of managing Liverpool and has provided all sorts of entertainment in terms of his team's style of play, as well as his touchline behaviour and post-match interviews.
Earlier this year, when Liverpool overturned a three-goal deficit by beating Barcelona, to book a spot in the Champions League final, the former Borussia Dortmund man was lost for words - resulting in a hilarious interview which included him dropping the F-bomb.
"I said to the boys before the game it was impossible..."- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 7, 2019
"Winning is already difficult, but winning with a clean sheet? I don't know how we did it?!"
Jurgen Klopp is lost for words, who can blame him?
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Jurgen Klopp can swear when he wants now. Should chuck in a C word for good measure- Will Unwin (@Will_Unwin) May 7, 2019
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