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Man City club doctor aims a dig at Jurgen Klopp in deleted social media post

Man City club doctor aims a dig at Jurgen Klopp in deleted social media post

A club doctor for Manchester City hastily deleted a tweet criticizing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp following the Reds’ devastating loss to Leeds United at Anfield.

After Rodrigo and Mohamed Salah exchanged blows in the first half, Crysencio Summerville scored a thrilling game-winning goal for Jesse Marsch’s squad to extend Liverpool’s extremely erratic start to the season.

Liverpool is now in ninth place with 12 games played after suffering their fourth loss of the season in the Premier League alone.

Already 15 points apart, it seems exceedingly improbable that they will be able to compete with frequent title rivals Manchester City for the domestic championship this season.

Dr. Shoaib Amaan, a club physician with Pep Guardiola’s squad, published a tweet in response to Liverpool’s most recent loss. It stated, “Don’t forget to change the time tonight, Klopp’s going back”, and was accompanied by a winking emoji.

It is believed that Amaan’s friend posted the tweet while he was gone from his phone, and that he erased the tweet as soon as he realized what had happened.

Whether or if this is true remains to be determined, but the incident is the latest in a rising sequence of contentious encounters between Manchester City and Liverpool.

Since the 2017–18 season, the two have shared the Premier League title. Consequently, they have been in constant competition throughout the past few seasons.

Klopp referenced City’s financial prowess prior to the game, and he was also sent off in the final minutes of the Merseysiders’ 1-0 triumph at Anfield following a contentious encounter.

Guardiola seemed to be struck by an object thrown by a member of the Anfield crowd, and in the aftermath, Klopp stated that the two clubs would never be “best friends.”

Regarding his remarks regarding City’s funding, the German stated, “I’m not sure we have to be best friends with other clubs, to be honest.

“I don’t think anybody wants to be best friends with us. I never heard about that at least. It’s completely normal competition. Again, it started here with a question, I answered it and all the rest was made of it.

“I know what I thought when I said it, and I thought I put it all into perspective and said how much I respect everything that they’re doing. Then obviously it was still not right for some!”

With upcoming games against Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton, Liverpool will attempt to get back on track prior to the World Cup. In the meantime, City will compete against Fulham and Brentford in the coming weeks in an attempt to oust Arsenal from first place.

Man City club doctor aims a dig at Jurgen Klopp in deleted social media post

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