‘You need to prepare for a party when this bulls *** virus is gone’: Jurgen Klopp tells Liverpool fans that they will celebrate the Premier League title together as soon as possible … after he was released from his Sky Sports- interview om zing You will never walk alone with his title winners
- Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool lifted the Premier League trophy on Wednesday evening
- The Reds lifted the trophy in an empty Anfield because of the coronavirus pandemic
- Klopp called COVID-19 ‘bulls ***’ and promised another title party with the fans
- The Liverpool boss sang ‘I’ll Never Walk Alone’ with his players on the field
- Klopp had to cut his Sky Sports interview to sing with his team
Jurgen Klopp promised Liverpool supporters that the club will hold a Premier League title party when the ‘bulls ***’ coronavirus pandemic is over.
The German’s title-winning side lifted the Premier League trophy on Wednesday evening after their 5-3 win over Chelsea at Anfield, which was empty due to top-level matches behind closed doors.
While Klopp and his team missed out on fans during their title celebration, the Liverpool manager is planning a new celebration moment for their incredible performance.
Jurgen Klopp has promised Liverpool fans another party to celebrate winning the competition
Klopp’s team lifted the Premier League trophy on Wednesday after their win over Chelsea
When asked to give a message to Liverpool fans, Klopp told Sky Sports: ‘Thank you very much, we should all celebrate, drink and celebrate together at home. when this bulls *** virus is gone, we are going to party together!
Klopp was on the podium with his squad when captain Jordan Henderson raised the Premier League trophy – the first Reds captain to win the highest title since 1990.
The trophies ceremony took place in Liverpool’s famous Kop stand, which would normally be filled with the club’s supporters.
The grandstand was also empty for when the club song ‘I’ll Never Walk Alone’ was played on the speakers.
The celebrations took place in an empty Anfield while games are played behind closed doors
Klopp was sent back to his players midway through the interview to sing ‘I’ll Never Walk Alone’ on the field
Klopp was sent back by Sky Sports to sing for the empty stands with his players, but the German admitted he was just thankful for a title party.
He added, “That’s how life is – you make the most of what you get. Everything would be better with fans, but we have known for six months that this is not possible.
“But I didn’t think we would do this a few months ago. I couldn’t be happier, it would be perfect if the stadium were full, but we can’t change it.
“We do it for them. Everyone celebrates at home, it is a great moment. ‘
Klopp also called the global pandemic “bulls ***” and hopes to celebrate with fans soon
The Reds’ title-winning season marks a great year headed by Klopp, whose squad has won the Champions League, Premier League and Club World Cup trophies since June.
The German claimed that the job is not over yet and are already aiming for the big awards next season.
Klopp added, “We are champions of England, Europe and the world. I know what that sounds like, but it’s the truth. We’ve won four trophies, really big ones.
“We have the opportunity to take the next step and we have to because the others are ready. No guarantee, but we will try.