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Liverpool v Manchester United: hyping the mid-table v also-rans

by | 16th, January 2016

Klopp backpage Manchester United The tabloids are attempting to light the bunsen burner beneath Liverpool’s home match with Manchester United. It’s not an easy thing to do. Liverpool, an ordinary mid-table side, versus also-rans Manchester United. Game on!

The papers looks at the charisma-free players on either side, fail to spot any signs of tension, fight, star-quality or feuds, and decide to focus attention on the teams’ respective managers.

The Sun says Liverpool boss Jurgen Kloop, fresh from wildly celebrating a last-gasp home draw with Arsenal Liverpool fans still unsure how far their club have fallen should study his frenzied reaction and weep “Said No to United.”

JURGEN KLOPP snubbed a chance to fill Alex Ferguson’s boots at Manchester United.

The Liverpool boss was approached by Fergie himself three years ago. But Klopp admitted: “We spoke and it was a big honour but there was a time I couldn’t leave Dortmund. It was April and in the middle of the planning for next season… We spoke but I first had to finish the job with Dortmund then think about other things. Maybe that is not smart but that is my way.”

No snub, then. Klopp was tied to his beloved Dortmund. He would not leave them in the lurch.

 

Klopp backpage Manchester United

 

The Express says Klopp “turned down Fergie”.  Klopp was not first choice for United. Ferguson sounded out many managers about them taking

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