Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Has Been Named The Best FIFA Men's Coach
Jurgen Klopp has beaten Pep Guardiola and Mauricio Pochettino to be crowned FIFA Men's Coach at the Best FIFA Football Awards.
FIFA hosted its annual football award ceremony at the Teatro alla Scala in Italy on Monday evening UK time.
And the Liverpool boss, 52, took to the stage after he scooped the award ahead of the Manchester City head coach and Tottenham Hotspur manager.
Klopp said after accepting his award: "I have to say thank you to my outstanding club, Liverpool FC.
"Whoever doesn't love it has no heart.
"To the owners, they gave me an incredible team. Mike Gordon in particular.
"And I have to thank my team, because as a coach you are only as good as your team.
"I am really proud to be the manager to such an incredible bunch of players."
He also confirmed that he has become a member of Common Goal and has pledged to donate at least one per cent of his salary to the charity, which was launched by Manchester United player Juan Mata.
"We are all here on the really good side of life," Klopp said.
"There are people out there who do not have the same situation.
"From today on I am a member of the Common Goal family.
"If you don't know it, Google it."
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