Gary O’Neill impressed by ‘JK’ but not in neutral for final game for Liverpool.

Wolves head coach Gary O’Neill was honoured to have once shared the same turf. As Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and will be his final rival before leaving his role at Anfield. However, he will not be giving up easily.

Gary O’Neill was the former manager of the ‘Reds’ U-23s from August 2020 to February 2021. Of course, it was a period when Klopp was at the top of his game at the Exa Training Centre. So he dropped by to observe the teaching style and exchange visions.  UFABET

When fate had written for him to have a duel with ‘JK’ as the last person as Liverpool’s manager. It was like fate had written it in advance. 

The England boss said ahead of the trip to Anfield (May 19). 

“It’s a little bit painful because my time at Liverpool was during Covid.”

“There are strict measures in place to control the epidemic. But he came to watch us play two or three times at the academy, and I had the opportunity to interact with him during the day, exchange views on various matters, and listen to how the senior team plays.” 

“Jurgen is a big name at Liverpool, given what he has done for the club. Of course, the results, but also the togetherness and the sense of place.”

“Klopp will get a fitting farewell to feel how Liverpool fans around the world feel about him.”  

“He is one of the best Premier League managers of all time, and he is there because of the great job he has done.” 

“Along with wanting to bid a final farewell to Jurgen in the best possible way together with the fans.”

“There is still a chance that we can finish in the top 10.”

“If you had told me at the start of the season that. We had the potential to finish in the top 10 of the league at the end of the season, I would have signed for that. We would go there with the focus on doing that.”  

Asian Handicap gives Liverpool to Wolves 2 goals and 2.5 goals -10, total score 4 goals -10