Jürgen Klopp

Klopp promises to behave and avoid the stands for Anfield finale

On Monday, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp will try “absolutely everything” to escape a yellow card that would send him to the stands for his final home game.

Klopp has been booked twice this season, against Burnley on 10 February and Luton on 5 November. A third at Villa Park would result in a touchline ban for his final match at Anfield against Wolves on Sunday week.

Klopp has been booked twice this season

While the Liverpool boss has never been good at avoiding touchline clashes, he thinks three months without a booking is a show of maturity. Klopp says he would be careful at Villa Park to avoid a sanction that would dim his Anfield goodbye.

The Liverpool manager stated, “I’ve known that for a long time. I got the second yellow when? I could argue that I only received two yellow cards while my colleagues were suspended, right? Hmm. Over time, I calmed down.

Klopp has reassured Darwin Núñez

“I don’t need to be on the touchline against Wolves, but it would be cool. Not from me. I will do everything I can to avoid discussions.”

Klopp has reassured Darwin Núñez that he must continue to play despite a difficult time in front of goal, dismissing concerns over his future at Merseyside. Núñez removed most Liverpool-related Instagram photographs after being criticized for his dismal substitute performance against Tottenham on Sunday.

As Liverpool failed to win the title, the Uruguayan was criticized for his poor finishing, sparking summer exit rumors. The Liverpool boss said, “There is no speculation, it’s just a situation we are in.

Darwin regretted losing that chance. He was unlucky in many circumstances where he did everything properly but missed the ball. A young man would struggle with that. Expectations are high for him.

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Going through it is the only option. We do our best to help him, but everyone must go through this. Footballers do that. He scored how many goals? Eighteen. Not bad numbers.”

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