Escaping the Dark Ages + Winning the League for the First Time in 30 Years’ Klopp is leaving Liverpool… “Energy is at rock bottom”

Liverpool officially announced its breakup with Klopp on its official website on the 26th (Korea time), saying, “Coach Jurgen Klopp said he would leave the club after the end of the 2023-2024 season.”

Klopp ended his career at FSV Mainz 05 in 2001 and immediately took the helm to start his managerial career. Since then, he led Borussia Dortmund in 2008 with two Bundesliga wins and one UEFA Champions League 마카오토토도메인

Since then, Klopp has been appointed to Liverpool in 2015 and has led the club so far.

He led Liverpool to a total of seven trophies, including one Premier League victory (2019-2020), the FA Cup (2021-2022), the EFL Cup (2021-2022), and the UEFA Champions League (2018-2019).

Liverpool said, “Coach Klopp revealed his decision to Liverpool and explained why.”

“If you hear it for the first time, I know it’s going to come as a shock to a lot of people. But I can explain it clearly,” Klopp said.

[Picture] Liverpool’s official website
“I love everything about this club, everything about the city Liverpool, everything about the supporters, the team, the staff. I love everyone. But I made this decision because I am confident that I am right,” he said.

Klopp said, “How can I put it… The energy is at the bottom. Obviously, I have no problem. I’ve known for a long time that I have to make an announcement one day, but now I’m really good. I know I can’t do this over and over again.”

“I already notified the club in November and there is no problem at the moment. There will be a time to say goodbye after this season. I am grateful to Liverpool,” he said.

“I want to have a challenging final season,” he said.

Liverpool announced, “Our representative respects Klopp’s decision and will continue to recognize the next manager from the management team to prepare for the future. The club appreciates Klopp’s commitment to Liverpool and pledges to continue his performance until he leaves.”

Liverpool added, “We have two goals. It is to ensure that Klopp’s achievements are maintained for the last few months of the season. The second is to continue the investigation to prepare for a future without Klopp. These ambitions are driven for clubs and supporters. If there is an important development in this area, I will update you again.”

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