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Whether it’s quotes, memes, or soundbites— Liverpool fans have seen some cracking ones.
Here’s a round-up of this week’s memorable quotes.
With the return of 2000 fans against Wolves at Anfield, fans could be forgiven for being a tad excited. Even Jurgen Klopp couldn’t contain himself.
On the question of supporters returning, Klopp gave an insight into the man behind those glasses.
“I was a little kid and my granny made me a jumper which looked like the match kit of Stuttgart. It was a bit itchy but is still the nicest jumper I ever had in my life!
I have memories but I can’t remember the game or the opponent, to be honest, but I was only five or six years old so it is really long ago.”
It’s hard not to get a bit teary. It just goes to show why all we all love Klopp.
With the world at his feet, it’s hard to forget that Trent is only 22. A trip down memory lane brought us a bit closer to where it all started. When speaking to Ian Wright, there was only ever one man he wanted to be:
“Gerrard, he was everything to me.”
‘When I was growing up I just wanted to be him, no other way about it. I wanted to live how he lived, I wanted to play how he played, I wanted to kick a ball how he did.
I’d walk down the road and I see an empty bottle and I’d run up and strike it, and shout “Gerrard!”. To be fair I think a lot of kids in the city were doing the same thing.”
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Is it a new contract, or not a new contract? The saga continues with Wijnaldum’s latest comments failing to offer any clarity.
“I already said in my previous interview, I don’t talk about my contract situation, I talk about the game. The club talk about my contract.
“There’s a connection, there was a connection from the first moment I came here, the supporters supported me a lot, but it’s not for me to talk about.”
With time running out, it’s safe to say that we have another Emre Can situation.
Fan Tweet Of The Week
Dan Taylor’s tweet certainly played the heartstrings.
Well worth the wait, as the Reds ran out as 4-0 winners over Wolves.