The coronavirus has radically changed the life of Jürgen Klopp. The Liverpool coach lacks the closest people.
Jürgen Klopp feels very ill due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Liverpool head coach spoke about this in an interview with DAZN Brazil.
“The difference between current and pre-pandemic life is not just big, or very big, but gigantic. “We already knew about the coronavirus a year ago, and we felt it was bad news, but I still could not imagine if this virus would change the lives of the whole world so radically,” Klopp told DAZN’s Brazilian reporters.
‘The energy gained from relationships with the closest people can never be changed by anyone or anything.’
According to German, the current situation is very difficult for all people. “Liverpool has a family environment, and everyone knows it. We are really like one family, and it helps me a lot, but I still have a very short relationship with my family and close friends. Generally, human elements are charged when he goes home, has relationships with family members and meets friends. The energy gained from relationships with the closest people can never be changed by anyone or anything. “Now we can not do that, which is very difficult for each person.” – Klopp added.
Klopp Liverpool have a difficult phase in the Corona-Pandemic. In addition, Jürgen’s mother had just died and was unable to attend his funeral due to covid regulations.
Bayern were considering Jurgen Klopp as coach
Liverpool’s German coach Jurgen Klopp, who headed Borussia before moving to Merseyside, may at one time be his former club, not from Dortmund, but from Munich – Borussia Dortmund’s sworn enemy Bayern.
“I am partly responsible for Klinsmann becoming Bayern coach. Unfortunately, this did not work out. Of course, Jürgen was related to our club, but that did not help either. I’m sorry that happened. The decision was unsuccessful for both parties.
Uli Hoeness was then involved in negotiations with Klopp. We had to resolve everything very quickly, so we bet on Klinsmann. “I’m sorry it turned out that way,” Goal quoted Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as saying, quoting ZDF Sport.
Jürgen Klinsmann was appointed head coach of Bayern in the summer of 2008, and Jürgen Klopp was invited from Mainz (2001-2008) to Borussia Dortmund (2008-2015). Klinsmann could not play in the Munich Grand Prix until the end of the season, and Klopp became a legend of the “black-yellows” – Dortmund won the Bundesliga twice (2010–11, 2011–12), played in the Champions League final (2012/13).