Wayne Rooney: Jurgen Klopp made a big mistake managing Liverpool


Wayne Rooney has pointed out Jurgen Klopp's only mistake after heaping praise on him

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The Manchester United hero revealed he's been thoroughly impressed with Jurgen Klopp's work on Merseyside.

Klopp led the Reds to the Champions League title last season after losing out in a couple of cup finals on his first three-year stay at the club.

The German also secured the most points the Merseysiders ever achieved in a Premier League season, although it wasn't enough to beat Pep Guardiola's led Manchester City off their perch as champions.

Jurgen Klopp have had an outstanding managerial career so far, also pointing back to his days at Borussia Dortmund and Rooney who has played for two of Liverpool's most heated rivals Everton and Manchester United think the German working for the Reds was a mistake.

"Jurgen is a manager every player would love playing for," Rooney told German publication Sport Bild.

"You can see how much fun his players have playing under him. I met him once, he is an amazing guy.

"His only mistake is that he works for LFC and is successful there.

"I have great respect for Jurgen Klopp and what he has done so far. Not only in Liverpool, but also in Dortmund. He has the best years ahead of him."

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  1. What was your mistae, having a fetish for grandmas

  2. What a contradiction he’s made, he’s only gone and made himself look a bigger prat than he already is, how can he praise and admired a manager and then say he’s made a big mistake by managing Liverpool, how can Rooney also say Klopp as done well at Liverpool since he arrived and then say he’s made a big mistake in working for Liverpool thats contradicting himself and confusing people, what an idiot, he was an idiot when he signed for utd, he was an idiot for returning to Everton which didn’t last long, in fact hes always been an idiot

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