Liverpool manager Klopp speaks about taking a break away from football

Liverpool manager Klopp speaks about taking a break away from football

- Jurgen Klopp has stated that he is full of energy despite his current situation at Liverpool

- The 53-year-old's side have been on a three-game losing run and also lost his aged mother

- The Reds lost to Leicester City by 3-1 despite taking the lead in the game through Mohamed Salah

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Jurgen Klopp has insisted that he does not need to take a break from football following Liverpool's recent form and the death of his mother, Sky Sports.

The Reds manager lost his aged mum recently and have not been able to attend the funeral due to coronavirus restrictions in Germany.

On the other hand, the current English champions have not been able to rediscover their form as they have lost three games on the bounce.

Liverpool manager Klopp speaks about taking a break away from football

Jurgen Klopp insists he not taking a break from football due the issues with the team and his private life. Photo by Nick Taylor and Michael Regan
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Liverpool fans were holding up banners outside Anfield reminding the German manager that he will never walk alone.

And the former Dortmund boss has responded that he is not resigning anytime soon and that he is full of energy to continue working as a manager of the club.

Klopp was quoted by Sky Sports:

"Did I get the sack or did I leave by myself? I don't need a break. The banner is nice but not necessary. I don't feel I need special support at the moment.
"Look, the last thing I want to do is to talk about private things in a press conference, but everybody knows, privately, we had a tough time - that was not only over three weeks, it was for a much longer time and we always deal with it as a family.
"I've worked in football for 30 years and as a coach for 20 years. I can split things and switch off. I don't carry things around. If I'm private, I'm private, if I'm football and in my workplace, then I'm here.
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"I'm full of energy. The situation's a challenge. I see it as an interesting challenge."

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Leicester City recorded a sensational 3-1 victory over Liverpool in a Premier League game at the King Power Stadium.

Mohamed Salah opened the scoring for the Reds but James Maddison, Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes wrapped up the win in ecstatic fashion.

The first half was action-packed as both sides created chances but Liverpool had the opportunities on goal.

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