Jurgen Klopp was not allowed on the sidelines during our draw with Aston Villa due to his current suspension but he still ensured that he had a chat with them on the pitch, before the game began.
The 55-year-old was clearly only not permitted to be in our dugout for the duration of the game and so he ensured that his usual pre-match routine of being on the grass with the players was completed.
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It’s impossible to know from this video what was said but seeing as we conceded a penalty and had VAR checks that all found no red card on Tyrone Mings, no penalty for Jordan Henderson and Cody Gakpo’s goal ruled out – it didn’t seem to make much positive difference.
Whether there is a real vendetta between the German and those in charge of officiating our matches, will be very hard to prove but it’s safe to say it’s far from a healthy relationship at the moment.
You can watch the video of Klopp and the officials via @Laurenbres on Twitter:
Touchline ban doesn’t stop Klopp My Manager pic.twitter.com/K3ZqbD8xJW
— Lauren Jayne (@Laurenbres) May 20, 2023
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