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Here’s Another Reason Why Jurgen Klopp Needs to Manage in the Premier League [VIDEO]

jurgen klopp Heres Another Reason Why Jurgen Klopp Needs to Manage in the Premier League [VIDEO]

How much time will it take before Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp takes a job in the English Premier League?

The last time we had such a refreshing manager in the Premier League was when Jose Mourinho was at Chelsea. But The Special One, while gifted both on and off the pitch, is too manipulative for my liking. Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp is a brilliant manager, but more jovial and seems like a ton of fun to be in the company of.

As an example, take a look at Klopp’s press conference from after the Dortmund game (fast forward to minute 6:38).

Klopp takes a question from a reporter from The Sun, which is funny enough — but his answers are even more irreverent. It’s definitely a must-see.

Plus there’s a bonus of a follow-up question from The Guardian‘s Sid Lowe.

Last but not least, if you missed it, here’s Klopp’s post-match interview after his side beat Malaga in a last minute thriller in the UEFA Champions League quarter-final.

C’mon Jurgen, the Premier League needs you!


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