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Klopp tells Liverpool fans to stop singing his name at matches

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has told fans to stop singing his name before the end of matches.

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Supporters were chanting the German’s name throughout their 4-1 victory over Leicester City on Saturday, the first match at Anfield since the redevelopment of the Main Stand.

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‘I have to say, because I don’t know how else I can say this, please don’t sing my name before the game is decided!’ said Klopp after the win.

‘Immediately when the Kop started signing ‘Jurgen Klopp la la la’ they were clear on Simon Mignolet.

‘It’s like celebrating a penalty before you have scored!

‘I don’t play! It’s nice, I like all the players, but please don’t sing my name before the game is decided.

‘It was the same against Arsenal. It’s nice, but it’s not necessary. It would be really nice if you could stop please!

‘I wanted to say this, because (at the time) nobody could understand me. I know it doesn’t sound too smart, but sorry. That’s me. It’s very nice, thank you very much. But I’ve heard it often now!’

Klopp is unlikely to see his wish fulfilled, with the former Borussia Dortmund boss credited with bringing Liverpool back in to contention for the top four.

Their credentials for Champions League qualification will get another test next week, when they face Chelsea.

3 Comments on Klopp tells Liverpool fans to stop singing his name at matches

  1. you suppose happy na… see u ooo

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  2. Issokay

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  3. Hope fans they hear now

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