Klopp Apologises For Row With Swansea Fan
Jurgen Klopp Apologises For Row With Swansea Fan
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has apologised for the altercation he had with a Swansea City fan during his team's 1-0 loss at the Liberty Stadium on Monday night.
The German, who saw his side's 14-game unbeaten run in the Premier League come to an end against the Swans, appeared to have a bit of a disagreement with a fan behind the away dugout as the game was being played.
After the match, Klopp explained exactly what went down and what caused him to react in the way he did.
"He was shouting at me all the time," Klopp said, as quoted by FourFourTwo.
"Sorry, I reacted one time, I remind myself I am a human being and not a professional manager who takes that all the time and they can say whatever they want.
"At one point, I said, 'Please'. I had not a recorder like you so nobody taped it, nobody could hear what he said. That's fine. That's how it is. I have no problem with that.
"I just had one moment where I thought, 'Now, that's enough'. I'm not sure if we were already 1-0 down, I think we were, but it had nothing to do with it, but only enough."
The Reds are now fourth in the Premier League, three points behind third-placed Chelsea and 18 points behind leaders Manchester City.
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