Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola has backed Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

“What Klopp has achieved in world football is special. I have said this many times, now, last season and in previous seasons when he worked in Germany. His philosophy makes football attractive to the spectators. He always tries to make the fans happy.”

“Everyone has good and bad moments. There is no club or coach who will always win. It would be boring. Sometimes you have to lose. I speak from my point of view. Sometimes you’ve to lose to understand what failure is,” Guardiola was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

As you know, on February 10, it became known that the mother of a German specialist had died. Elizabeth Klopp has died at the age of 81. Jürgen was unable to attend the funeral due to anti-coronavirus restrictions.


“I’m full of energy, and I do not need rest,” – Klopp is not going to pause


Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp said ahead of the first 1/8 final match of the Champions League against Leipzig that he does not need a break.

As you know, so far, the Merseyside club has suffered three defeats in a row in the Premier League.

“I’ve been in football for a long time. I have learned over the years to separate my personal life and work. Of course, I find it difficult because of what happened, but when I come to work, I focus entirely on it.”

“I’m full of energy; I do not need to rest. An interesting test is coming,” Sky Sports quoted the 53 – year – old German specialist as saying.

Klopp’s mother died on February 10th. The specialist was unable to attend the funeral due to coronavirus restrictions.

“Leipzig” – “Liverpool” will take place tonight, on February 16, in Budapest.