Tuesday, August 9, 2022
HomeTop NewsJurgen Klopp slammed as 'selfish' over decision Liverpool should ‘never, ever’ make.

Jurgen Klopp slammed as ‘selfish’ over decision Liverpool should ‘never, ever’ make.

Published on

3,563FansLike
3,200FollowersFollow
1,200FollowersFollow

Jurgen Klopp slammed as ‘selfish’ over decision Liverpool should ‘never, ever’ make.

Former England skipper Stuart Pearce has stamped Jurgen Klopp selfish over a Liverpool resolution he would “never, ever” make.

Klopp is one of the most globally respected and acclaimed managers in world football. He is exalted on Merseyside for the work he has done both on and off the pitch. 

His high standing at Liverpool was apparent last season during a historically bad series of six straight league losses at Anfield. The poor run did little to assure fans and the club’s hierarchy alike that the German isn’t the right man for the club.

Nevertheless, ex-England defender and current talkSPORT pundit Pearce think Klopp and Liverpool have got the latest decisions wrong.

Liverpool reportedly rejected Mohamed Salah the chance to compete at this summer’s Tokyo Olympics.

The winger was reportedly resolute on forcing Liverpool into a U-turn, though the club are under no commitment to release players for the competition.

The decision has been criticized by Pearce, who said he would not be “selfish” enough to do as Klopp has done if in the same job.

ALSO READ:

Pearce said on talkSPORT (via the Liverpool Echo): “Of course Jurgen Klopp doesn’t want Salah at the Olympics because he’s supposed to look after the interests of Liverpool Football Club.

“You want Mo Salah to stay. But if I was a manager of a club or a coach I would never, ever stop a player representing his country, whatever level that might be.

“If I was a manager at any club and a player came to me and said to me, ‘I want to represent my country’, I would not be selfish enough to turn around and say, ‘no’.

“All the international experiences I’ve had as a footballer, the biggest achievement of my football career is captaining my country.

“For me to then step into the world of management and have a total sea change, which managers do by the way, all of a sudden international managers ring me up and say ‘release this player, release that player’ then they become club managers and try to block their players.”

Pearce led Great Britain’s Olympic football team at the 2012 games and maintained people do not apprehend just how important the event is.

“It blows your mind how big the Olympics are,” continued Pearce.

“They are bigger than the World Cup. As a global event, the Olympics are bigger than the World Cup.

“The World Cup is just football, by the way, the Olympics is every sport. You don’t understand how big the Olympics are until you’re on the inside of it, the vastness of it, the kitting out of it.

“The lead up to it, clubs were telling me they didn’t want their players to play in it. People were telling me in the press that football shouldn’t be in the Olympics for Great Britain.

“We faced Uruguay in our second game and in the Uruguay front line is Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani. We play against Brazil, who have Neymar. The holy grail for Brazil is to win an Olympic gold.

“It was the biggest thing I’ve ever been involved in in management, definitely. It was just enormous.”

ALSO READ:
LIKE OUR: FACEBOOK PAGE                                               JOIN OUR: Telegram Group.
JOIN OUR: Facebook Group.                                             JOIN OUR: Telegram Channel.

Jurgen Klopp slammed as ‘selfish’ over decision Liverpool should ‘never, ever’ make.

READ MORE

Click to connect!

Follow us on Twitter
https://www.facebook.com/sportsdias

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

popular

More like this

Leroy Sane to Arsenal transfer: Asking price disclosed, Mikel Arteta edge, Edu verdict

Mikel Arteta has already welcomed five new players to Arsenal this summer, with the Gunners being one of the most prominent spenders in the Premier League.

 Todd Boehly makes Frenkie De Jong personal call as Barcelona alleges criminal action surrounding de Jong’s contract

Chelsea's pursuit of Frenkie De Jong is becoming almost as drawn-out as Manchester United's previous pursuit of the midfielder.

Ten Hag warned he could lose the dressing room in a nanosecond with Cristiano Ronaldo decision

According to Garth Crooks, Erik ten Hag risks losing his place in the Manchester United dressing room if he gives in to Cristiano Ronaldo and the pressure to select him.

‘A joke’: Rio Ferdinand blown away by ‘unreal’ Arsenal star’s display vs Palace

Rio Ferdinand revealed on his YouTube channel that Gabriel Jesus was a joke on his Arsenal debut after assisting the Gunners in their Premier League opener against Crystal Palace on Friday.