Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has come out to say that he is afraid of the height Darwin Nunez could reach in his career. This is coming after the Liverpool star’s stunning strike against Bournemouth, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, Nunez is in a very good moment right now, and he expects him to get better as the season progresses.
Klopp added that his command of the English language is also improving, so he is in a good place.
His words, “His English is now that much better. Everything is different, he’s in a very good moment, and this is still only the start. Long may it continue. I’m afraid of the highs he could reach. Let’s work from here.”
Jurgen Klopp is a German professional football manager and former player who is the manager of Premier League club Liverpool. He is widely regarded as one of the best football managers in the world.
Jürgen Norbert Klopp was born on 16 June 1967 in Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, to Elisabeth and Norbert Klopp, a travelling salesman and a former goalkeeper. Klopp grew up in the countryside in the Black Forest village of Glatten near Freudenstadt with two older sisters.
He started playing for local club SV Glatten and later TuS Ergenzingen as a junior player, with the next stint at 1. FC Pforzheim and then at three Frankfurt clubs, Eintracht Frankfurt II, Viktoria Sindlingen and Rot-Weiss Frankfurt during his adolescence.
Introduced to football through his father, Klopp was a supporter of VfB Stuttgart in his youth. As a young boy, Klopp aspired to become a doctor, but he did not believe he “was ever smart enough for a medical career”, saying “when they were handing out our A-Level certificates, my headmaster said to me, ‘I hope it works out with football, otherwise it’s not looking too good for you'”.
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