Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp was very unamused after being asked if he felt Naples was a dangerous city ahead of his team’s Champions League visit there. He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, it is a very embarrassing question for any reporter to ask, and it is a shame to see how journalists will go the wrong route just to create headlines.
Klopp added that he will not be used as a tool to create negative headlines for reporters, so no one should expect him to say anything negative about Italian cities.
His words, “That’s an embarrassing question from you. You want to create headlines. I really don’t understand. Are you from Napoli? Do you think it’s a dangerous city? I don’t live a normal life in Napoli. I am protected, I go to the hotel and now you ask me what I think about Napoli.”
“You know exactly what people are talking about. If ‘some’ supporters meet ‘some’ supporters then ‘something’ can happen. Nothing to do with the city. But I’m not here to create headlines for you, and if you don’t know what to ask anymore then that’s no problem. I would love to go to the hotel to be honest and concentrate on the game tomorrow. It looks like you don’t know what to ask anymore because of the question.”
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