Klopp pays pre-emptive ode to Dortmund faithful.
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has praised the rapturous home support his side received during their 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg this week and claimed that he will miss them when he’s gone, ESPN reports.
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Dortmund had to settle for a point at the Westfalenstadion, despite taking the lead twice and having had a number of chances to seal their third consecutive home win in the Bundesliga.
Klopp has recently been linked with taking over at clubs like Arsenal and Liverpool as the two Premier League giants continue to struggle under Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers.
The fans chanted his name at the final whistle and he turned to acknowledge their support before alluding to his future lying elsewhere.
“This was the last home game [before the winter break],” Klopp told a news conference.
“And there might come a time in my life when I am no longer the coach of this team. But what I know already is that I will miss them.
“It’s just extraordinary what the fans do here. That’s just fantastic. There are several stadiums with a great atmosphere in the world, but only a few who go wild like that when you are 16th.”
Klopp once said that the only country he could see himself managing in after Germany is England, to which he added: “So we will see. If somebody will call me, then we will talk about it.”
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