“Your question is a shame for me”: Jürgen Klopp’s tense intersection with a journalist about Liverpool’s visit to the city of Naples

A tense moment was experienced at the press conference prior to the meeting that will animate Liverpool Y Naples in the south of Italy for the first date of the group stage of the Champions League. Far from the sports forecasts and the tactical provisions that the coach will use Jurgen Kloppthe German had a crossroads with a journalist who consulted him about the possible fear of a confrontation between the fans of both teams.

—I wanted to know if you consider the city (of Naples) to be dangerous, because today Liverpool‘s social networks published several messages telling fans to be careful in the city. I was wondering if that has been your experience; if you would like to reassure the sympathizers and if you consider it to be a welcoming city— slipped one of the chroniclers present.

Your question is an embarrassment for me Do you want to create headlines? I don’t get it. Are you from Naples? Do you think it is a dangerous city? I do not know. I don’t live a normal life in Naples. I am protected here, I go to the hotel and you ask me what I think of Naples. You know exactly what people are talking about. If some fans meet other fans, something can happen. It has nothing to do with the city. So I do not know. But I’m not here to create headlines for you, and if you don’t know what to ask anymore, that’s no problem because I’d love to go to the hotel and focus on the game. And it seems that you don’t know what to ask if you ask me that question— answered the German strategist before demanding the translator to impose an aggressive tone of voice.

The Liverpool will debut in Group A against the Italian team at the stadium Diego Maradona. The cast of Anfield shares the area with Ajax, who thrashed in their first match 4 to 0 to the Glasgow Rangers. Therefore, for Klopp it will be “a real challenge” look for qualification for the round of 16 of the most coveted competition in Europe. “The first thing I have to say is that it will be a real challenge”, explained the German. And he added: “All the clubs have quality, they have a pedigree and I would say that they all have options.. The good news is that we do too, so we can’t wait to take on this challenge.”

Finalists last year against the champion Real Madrid, the networks know that “It is not a competition where you can expect easy roads because the level is incredibly high.”. “The difference this year is that the group stage will be tighter (due to the start of the World Cup in Qatar from November 20)”, concluded the German coach.


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