Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has generously donated £10,000 of his own money to a children’s football club in South Africa.
As revealed by the Liverpool Echo, the German boss is a patron of Cape Town outfit Hout Bay United and has previously paid a visit to the club.
The club is set up for kids between the ages of seven to 18 with the community in mind, and Klopp travelled to the club in 2017 to show his support.
The same report also states that the boss gave a two-hour speech at the club which kept everyone captivated as he talked about his philosophy in football.
“He came and did a talk in 2017, where he spoke about his time as a manager, his philosophy, football, his ambitions.
“He spoke for over two hours in total, everyone was captivated by him. The most amazing thing about him is how humble he is.”
So far, the club have achieved an 100% employment rate for the children they have helped, compared to the 60% unemployment rate, Jeremy says, for young people in the local area.
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