Harry Redknapp sympathizes with ‘angry’ Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool boss announces sudden departure: ‘Needs a break’

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Harry Redknapp sympathizes with ‘angry’ Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool boss announces sudden departure: ‘Needs a break’ – Gudstory

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Former football manager Harry Redknapp has expressed sympathy for Jurgen Klopp after announcing his decision to step down as Liverpool manager at the end of the season.

Klopp, who was appointed in October 2015, said in the bombshell announcement that he was “running out of energy”.

The 56-year-old German has won every major honor since taking charge of the Reds, and is set for another trophy-laden season with his team still in contention with four in the competition.

Speaking on GB News, ex-Premier League manager Harry Redknapp agreed with Pip Tomson’s suggestion that after nine years in the top tier of English football, Klopp is likely to be “fired”.

Redknapp said on becoming a Premier League manager, “It’s a well-paid, great job, don’t get me wrong.”

“But the pressure is constant. When you’re at a club with a lot of fans, you want to perform well for them.

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“When it’s not going well. it’s a nightmare. “Klopp is probably a little tired and maybe lacking some of his energy and drive.”

Redknapp further said that although Klopp is beginning to lack his previous energy, you will not be able to guess what was the matter.

“You’ll never believe it, seeing the smiles on their faces,” he said.

“He still seems like he’s loving every minute of it, so it’s a big shock.”

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Redknapp admitted that he was surprised by GB News’ request to appear on the channel to discuss the topic, as he had not yet heard the news.

The former Spurs boss also had to be asked by presenters Pip Tomson and Ellie Costello whether Klopp had quit with immediate effect.

In a video message to Liverpool fans, Klopp said: “I can understand that it’s a shock for many people at the moment when you hear it for the first time, but obviously I can explain it – or less. “I can try to explain it in less than.”

“I love everything about this club, I love everything about the city, I love everything about our supporters, I love the team, I love the staff.

“I love everything. But I still make this decision, this shows you that I am convinced that this is the decision I have to make.

“I’m just like, how can I say this, my energy is draining. I don’t have any problems anymore, obviously, I already knew that I would have to announce it at some point, but now I’m absolutely fine. I know I can’t do things over and over again.

“After all the years we spent together and all the time we spent together and all the things we went through together, respect for you grew, love for you grew and the least I owe you is the truth – and This is the truth.”


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