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18 hours ago, Tj hooker said:

As if you can't love the guy any more than we do now 

I'd let him change my nappy John. 

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4 hours ago, Stickman said:

If only you’d listened eh Phil lad....
 

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Stay here and all your good work will be undone by a Belgian pear fondler

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Suarez at the start of that.

 

Risible stuff, and it was a great pleasure to see how quickly he realised that shite had backfired.

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On 30/05/2020 at 11:00, Grinch said:

Its a shame we wasted Susrez under numpty dumoty, klopp would have done great things with him. 

Pissed? 

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11 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

One of Klopp's many achievements,alongside his club captain Jordan Henderson,is that they both prove conclusively that nice guys can certainly be successful.

You need a bit of that.

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Dear Everybody,

 

Our manager is better than yours.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Them Scousers

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/jurgen-klopp-sends-powerful-message-18482026

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said 'the people's problems are all of our problems' as he delivered an emotional thank you to volunteers helping steer Liverpool through the coronavirus crisis.

 

The Reds boss, on the brink of guiding his team of stars to a historic Premier League title, took time away from his busy schedule to speak to heroic volunteers in the city who have been creating Personal Protective Equipment for frontline workers and delivering food to the most vulnerable during the city's time of need.

 

The German has been strongly critical of the UK government's handling of the coronavirus crisis, questioning decisions made over face masks and other policies.

But when he sat down for a Zoom meeting with the people behind Fans Supporting Foodbanks and the Merseyside PPE hub, he had nothing but praise for their efforts.

 

Fans Supporting Foodbanks, co-founded by West Derby MP Ian Byrne, Dave Kelly and Robert Daniels, have been collecting food for struggling families before Liverpool and Everton fans for several years now.

But during the pandemic they had to vastly increase their operation to meet the needs of shielding people and those who could not get out to the shops via a major new foodbank hub in Anfield.

They also partnered with Wavertree-based specialist engineering school Studio@Deyes to create the remarkable Merseyside PPE hub, that has so far created 48,000 visors for frontline health workers in the city and around the country.

 

The Reds boss spoke with Ian and Dave from Fans Supporting Foodbanks and John Parry, headteacher of Deyes to thank them for all their efforts and the ECHO was invited exclusively to hear what was said.

 

He said: "Life is not always fair, most of the time it is not fair but without people like you it would be much more difficult for a lot of people.

"This crisis has brought out the best in some people and the worst in others, but you guys just keep going, you know this isn't over yet.

"In this period we have to show solidarity, whether we are Liverpool or Everton, when we come together it shows the best of us and the best of the game.

"I couldn't thank you more.

"I couldn't be more proud of you guys and everyone involved, 48,000 visors is unbelievable."

 

The German, who has not been afraid to speak out over social issues in his time in England, added: "It is so important for all of us to take care of each other.

"The two clubs are seen as big rivals but coming together like this, that's the soul of football, the game we all love.

"The people's problems are all of our problems."

 

Explaining how the PPE hub came about, Mr Parry told the Reds boss: "We had nurses coming to us crying telling us they didn't have any PPE, they had nothing.

"The need was great, hospitals, care homes, paramedics so we had to get into manufacturing mode and we worked with the guys from Fans Supporting Foodbanks to help us do it on a larger scale.

 

"We are so proud of what we have all managed to do, it has been an unbelievable 12 weeks."

Ian Byrne, who was elected as a Labour MP for West Derby in December told Klopp: "It's shameful that with this government, we are forced to collect food for foodbanks for three hours before football matches.

"Footballers and people like yourself have such powerful voices now and I think you can play a really important role in what happens next."

 

At the end of the chat, Klopp urged the volunteers to keep in touch with him and the club and to let them know how they can help with their humanitarian efforts.

He said: "Where me or the club can help we are open, we cannot always be aware of what all the problems are, so we need you to tell us what we can do.

"This is the community we all live in."

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Would be interesting to know what, if anything, the German media are saying this morning about Jurgen and Liverpool now on the cusp of securing the Premier League. Any info?

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5 hours ago, Walter Sobchak said:

Sack the cunt. How dare he give me unbridled joy and happiness in my life.

 

I never asked for this.

We want piss soaked pensioners who look like they are on a day release from their care home. Sorry,that was Crystal Palace.

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