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Klopp has sympathy for embattled Mourinho as Liverpool beat Chelsea

Klopp has sympathy for Mourinho

SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (OCTOBER 31, 2015) (NICHE MEDIA – ACCESS ALL)

1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JUERGEN KLOPP, LIVERPOOL MANAGER, SAYING:

“Of course I feel for him, he’s a great coach, I don’t think that everyone in this room has any doubt that he’s one of the best managers in the world but things like this happen.

“I had a similar situation in Dortmund last year and the good thing was nobody in the club was in any doubt about my position, nobody. I never felt pressure from I don’t know where and so we could change the situation.

“The quality of the players at Chelsea you don’t have to talk about this, of course they change it.”

2. WHITE FLASH

3. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JUERGEN KLOPP, LIVERPOOL MANAGER, SAYING:

“I feel it was deserved and we had to work hard but it’s normal if you want to win at Chelsea, you have to work hard, that’s what we did.”

4. WHITE FLASH

5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) JUERGEN KLOPP, LIVERPOOL MANAGER, SAYING:

“Of course we don’t think about this, we have to think about the next game. We have to think about how to improve our game, our style, all the things we can do much better than today, much, much better. We have to do better but for today we have to (makes underline motion) on the game. Deserved win, let’s go home.”

STORY: Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp expressed sympathy for embattled Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho after his side beat Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (October 31).

Mourinho’s future as Chelsea manager looked increasingly uncertain after their third home league defeat of the season left them in 15th place in the table with 11 points from 11 games — the worst ever start to a season by reigning champions.

Liverpool’s fans, celebrating a first league win for new manager Juergen Klopp, taunted Mourinho, chanting: “You’re getting sacked in the morning”, while home fans looked stunned as they filed away into the streets of west London.

Klopp told a news conference: ” I feel for him, he’s a great coach, I don’t think that everyone in this room has any doubt that he’s one of the best managers in the world but things like this happen.

“I had a similar situation in Dortmund last year and the good thing was nobody in the club was in any doubt about my position, nobody. I never felt pressure.

“The quality of the players at Chelsea you don’t have to talk about this, of course they change it.”

While Chelsea lurch from crisis to crisis — they have lost nine times in all competitions, including their midweek defeat on penalties by Stoke City in the League Cup which they won last season — Liverpool are buoyant.

They have 17 points and moved up to seventh.

“I feel it was deserved and we had to work hard but it’s normal if you want to win at Chelsea, you have to work hard, that’s what we did,” said the German, who played down any chance of Liverpool mounting a title challenge this season.

“Of course we don’t think about this, we have to think about the next game. We have to think about how to improve our game, our style, all the things we can do much better than today, much, much better.”

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