Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has come out to blast the ticket allocation for the club’s Champions League final against Real Madrid. He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, after it was confirmed more than half the tickets will not be made available to the two clubs, he can’t help but say that is not right.
Klopp added that Paris is a place anyone can go to without a ticket to have a nice time, so he would’ve preferred if Liverpool and Real Madrid fans were given more priority.
His words, “Is it right I read we only get 20,000 tickets, Real get 20,000 and it’s 75,000 seats? Where are these 35,000 [going]?”
“I think Paris is a place you can go without a ticket and enjoy yourself. Whoever follows us, I say thank you very much, you made it special.”
“The tickets are really expensive and I cannot be more appreciative or more thankful of what the people are doing,”
“I hope they all can make it somehow and can create – of course they will – an incredible atmosphere.”
“If you don’t get a ticket, I don’t want to invite people to Paris but this time it’s big enough and I did this last time for Basel in Switzerland and it was ‘oops’.”
“But I think Paris is big enough to go there without a ticket and have a good time, behave yourself but be in the best possible mood.”
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