Jurgen Klopp has done the right thing, here. Definitely.
The boss has rejected the chance for Liverpool to be part of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ series, which follows top sports teams throughout their seasons.
Manchester City’s version from 2016/17 is currently live and has, in truth, been an interesting watch.
According to the Daily Mail, John W. Henry was happy to allow the fly-on-the-wall documentary at Melwood and inside Anfield, but Klopp was having none of it.
Of course, it’s not long since Being Liverpool was aired and our club became a laughing stock for a short period due to a series of toe-curling moments – including Brendan Rodgers and Ian Ayre!
Henry owned the club then, so we’re surprised he was ‘ok’ with Amazon’s proposal – although we can imagine the tech giants offered a pretty incredible financial sum.
If Liverpool do collect silverware this season, we’ll enjoy it from the stands and not behind the scenes!