I wouldn’t act like Klopp! Newcastle boss Eddie Howe says he will never lose his temper on the sidelines after Liverpool manager was sent off for yelling at officials during Man City win
- Jurgen Klopp saw red late on Sunday in Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over Man City
- Anthony Taylor sent him away after he appeared to yell at the assistant referee
- Newcastle boss Howe says he wouldn’t behave in the same way as Klopp
- He believes that managers have a duty to set an example with their behavior
Eddie Howe says he would not behave in the same way he did when Jurgen Klopp was sent off after an altercation with officials during Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Manchester City on Sunday.
Referee Anthony Taylor sent the German away after he appeared to yell into the assistant referee’s face late in the game.
Klopp’s actions have been criticized given pressure to respect officials, and Newcastle boss Howe believes managers have a responsibility to set an example, especially to children.
Jurgen Klopp was sent off for yelling in the assistant referee’s face during Liverpool’s win over Manchester City on Sunday
Klopp objected to a decision against Liverpool and was shown a red card
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe insisted he would never behave the way Klopp did
“I’m very aware that millions and millions of people, especially children, will be watching me, and I think you expect the game to be played in the right way and with the right spirit,” he said. .
“I am certainly aware of my attitude and behavior on the sidelines. That’s not to say I don’t want to win and I don’t want to win with every fiber of my being, because I do, but I’ve always had that in me not to lose my discipline.
‘My players are also looking at me and what are they going to think of me? I can’t help them at that point if I can’t control my emotions.
“I have no problem with partying, it’s more the other way around, losing my temper or losing control in a negative and aggressive way, I try not to do that.”
Howe says he likes to keep his head on the sidelines and lead by example during matches