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sport news Sir Alex Ferguson pays tribute across the big divide to Jurgen Klopp... as the ... trends now

sport news Sir Alex Ferguson pays tribute across the big divide to Jurgen Klopp... as the ... trends now

Jurgen Klopp will take charge of his final game as Liverpool manager on Sunday This week he was invited to dinner by former Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson  Marcus Rashford has to leave Man United... and a Premier League club could offer him a fresh start - Listen to the It's All Kicking Off! podcast 

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Dinner with Sir Alex Ferguson and a moving tribute from his players have already been parts of Jurgen Klopp’s farewell week.

Now the ‘emotional’ Liverpool boss needs to keep his composure as he plans to address a packed house at Anfield on Sunday after his last game in charge against Wolves.

Klopp had no hesitation in dining with Fergie after the legendary Manchester United manager requested a chance to personally bid him goodbye. ‘Outstanding,’ is how the German described the evening.

He was uncharacteristically quiet when Virgil van Dijk led the speeches for him on Thursday but Klopp knows he has to deliver the message of his life when he takes the microphone at full-time on the pitch on Sunday afternoon.

‘I was super-emotional in moments this week,’ he admitted.

Sir Alex Ferguson personally invited Jurgen Klopp (pictured) for dinner in his final week as Liverpool boss

Sir Alex Ferguson personally invited Jurgen Klopp (pictured) for dinner in his final week as Liverpool boss

The German described sitting down for dinner with Ferguson (pictured) as 'outstanding'

The German described sitting down for dinner with Ferguson (pictured) as 'outstanding'  

Sunday will be the final time Klopp takes charge of Liverpool after nearly nine years in charge

‘The players said incredibly nice things about me and other staff who are leaving. I only made a joke here and there because if I’d started really to say what I thought, I would have gone emotionally. So I protected myself

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