Manchester United Fan Writes Epic Column About How Much He Loves Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool have pulled off the "ultimate wind-up" in appointing Jurgen Klopp according to one envious Manchester United fan.
Comedian George Lewis wrote a hilarious column for The Times about how much he loves Liverpool's successful German boss. He explains how Klopp has ruined his life in an epic piece.
My article about how Jurgen Klopp ruined my life, helpfully screengrabbed so you can have a read. https://t.co/BgP6uP1sBV
- George Lewis (@georgelewiscom) October 7, 2019
Lewis begins his extract by detailing how Liverpool have always been United's main rivals before explaining how they've pulled off the "ultimate wind-up", while comparing Klopp's work to Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho.
"It looks like Liverpool have managed to pull off the ultimate wind-up. They've found a new manager who not only plays attractive football and wins trophies, but he's impossible not to like," he wrote.
"Yes, Jurgen Klopp looks very settled. His agent once hinted that the only reason he'd leave would be because of the weather. I now watch the forecast every evening, praying for rain. Each time the sun comes out, my heart sinks. The man is ruining my life!"
Read the whole column below.
Klopp won his first piece of silverware for Liverpool last season as his side won the Champions League after a remarkable European campaign, which included overturning a three-goal deficit against Barcelona in the semi-finals.
And they're favourites to win the Premier League title this season after recording eight consecutive league victories.
Jurgen Klopp was taking his dog for a walk in Formby when he caught sight of a football match being played nearby.
So he stopped to watch the under-18s ladies match between Ashton-in-Makerfield and Formby in the pouring rain and took pictures afterwards.
What a great bloke! pic.twitter.com/0lmuW3S3Tm
- Women's Football News (@WFRumour) October 2, 2019
Klopp's working wonders at Anfield and his coaching mastery has even left United fans in awe.