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Jurgen Klopp bid a heartfelt farewell to Liverpool fans after his final game in charge, which ended in victory. After nine remarkable years at Anfield, Klopp’s tenure concludes, making way for new manager Arne Slot.

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In a touching moment at Anfield following the win against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Klopp expressed gratitude to the fans for their unwavering support throughout his tenure.

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Surprisingly composed, Klopp addressed the crowd, saying, “I’m surprised. I thought I’d already be in pieces but I’m not. I’m so happy about you all, the atmosphere, the game, being a part of this family and about us, how we celebrate this day. Thank you so much.”

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Acknowledging the fans’ refusal to adhere to his request not to sing his song for six weeks, Klopp’s words prompted yet another outpouring of support from the Liverpool faithful.

“If you sing that song next year, that would be funny,” Klopp responded, adding, “It doesn’t feel like an end. It just feels like a start.”

Reflecting on the club’s progress during his tenure, Klopp credited the fans for their unwavering belief and support. “People say I turned them from doubters into believers. That’s not true. You did it,” he affirmed.

Addressing the future, Klopp spoke of his continued belief in the club’s potential and the importance of maintaining unwavering support for the team and the incoming manager.

“I’m one of you now. I love you to bits. Thank you. You are the best team in the world,” Klopp concluded, expressing his deep gratitude to the fans who have been an integral part of his Liverpool journey.

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