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Controversial BBC pundit compares Klopp passion for Liverpool & van Gaal’s passivity for Man United

While Liverpool players showed immense qualities on Saturday to come from behind to defeat Norwich City, it was coach Jurgen Klopp who stole the show.

The German manager—known for his touchline antics and his colourful behaviour—was at his exuberant best at Carrow Road.

Klopp displayed the full range of emotions against the Canaries; grinning gleefully as the goals flew in, gnashing furiously at another Simon Mignolet blunder, and then, at the game’s dramatic finale, celebrating like a maniac as Adam Lallana secured all three points for the visiting Reds.

Commenting on Twitter, BBC pundit Robbie Savage has expressed his delight at Klopp’s passion, and used the Liverpool manager’s ferocious energy to highlight the failings with his rival Louis van Gaal at Manchester United.

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Indeed, while Klopp regularly invigorates and energises the crowd at Anfield, van Gaal appears to drain the energy out of United’s fans home and away. The Dutch coach is rarely seen patrolling his touchline or exulting his players, and instead prefers to stay seated in the dug out letting, on occasion, Ryan Giggs transmit messages to the squad. Inspiring, it is not…

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