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Football fans have shared some hilarious reaction to Jurgen Klopp‘s decision to leave Liverpool at the end of the season.
After spending nine years in the Premier League, the German boss revealed he is ‘running out of energy’ and it is the right time to leave.
It comes after he won the Premier League, Champions League, the FA Cup and Carabao Cup
He is also the only Reds manager to have lifted all four cups during his time at the club.
Poking fun at Klopp’s farewell video where he claimed he is ‘running out of energy’, one account said it was as a result of managing Darwin Nunez for a year.
Fans have taken to social media to share some hilarious reactions to Klopp’s decision to leave
me at 11:00pm on a night out // me at 11:05pm on a night out pic.twitter.com/1BETXQCEBE
However, many others were quick to share their sadness at the decision to leave, with one quoting a video from the Sopranos where the main character collapses in shock.
Klopp’s admission of burnout mirrors when he left his previous club Borussia Dortmund after wife Ulla Sandrock was said to have played a major role in his departure.
Klopp was asked about the influence of Ulla on his resignation – and said she was ‘happy’ with his decision. She had also been integral to him signing a new contract extension in 2022. The pair met while Ulla was working as a waitress in a bar in Munich before getting married in 2005.
Klopp even revealed the possibility he could retire from football management altogether – but said he needed more time before making a final decision.
‘If you ask me, “Will you ever work as a manager again?” I would say now no. But I don’t know obviously how that will feel because I never had the situation.
when I realised it wasn’t a fake account dropping the Klopp news pic.twitter.com/k2pS8BFflQ
After this season we’ll never see

– Klopp fist pump to the Kop

– Klopp memes

– Klopp’s box office press conferences

– Klopp’s wild celebrations

– Klopp hyping up the crowd

– Klopp hugging Liverpool players after game

Im finished… pic.twitter.com/wFPo6zAqld
No more Jurgen Klopp memes 💔pic.twitter.com/kAIMTLNH3x
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‘What I know definitely – I will never, ever manage a different club in England than Liverpool, 100 per cent. That’s not possible. My love for this club, my respect for the people is too big. I couldn’t. I couldn’t for a second think about it. There’s no chance.’ 
The president of Liverpool owner Fenway Sports Group expressed their gratitude towards Klopp for his achievements at the club and said plans were already underway to ensure the Reds succeed when the German has departed. 
Club legend Jamie Carragher led the tributes towards Klopp on Friday, calling it a ‘body blow’ as he hailed the German’s remarkable achievements. 
 ‘This news was always going to be a body blow to the club whenever it came. I just thought it would be another few years away. What a manager, what a man, let’s go out with a bang Jurgen!’
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