- Jurgen Klopp blames bad language on live TV on President Donald Trump
- Liverpool boss swore on NBC after his side’s 4-3 win over Manchester City
- German explained the incident whilst receiving an award for the Reds’ performance
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Jurgen Klopp has brilliantly called on the erratic behaviour of American president Donald Trump as a defence for his swearing on live television.
The fired-up Liverpool boss was asked to apologise on NBC last weekend after dropping an f-bomb to describe the incredible series of events in his team’s 4-3 win over Premier League leaders Manchester City.
An enthralling and somewhat exhausting match was assessed by the German in typically headline fashion as he questioned: “what the f*** was that?!”
Klopp just gave the best 30 seconds of post match interview I’ve ever seen. Complete with f-bomb on live tv.
— Zecharias Mengis (@TheMengisKhan) January 14, 2018
Klopp was subsequently left confused when asked to make amends for his error, having thought it was acceptable to swear on American TV. Only Klopp.
He proceeded to pull out his Trump-card whilst picking up the award for Sky’s Performance of the Week, which Liverpool thoroughly deserved for their devastating display against Pep Guardiola’s men.
Over two years down the line on Merseyside and still he never ceases to entertain.
— Soccer Saturday (@SoccerSaturday) January 20, 2018