2 Million Jurgen Klopp Fans To Zagreb: You’ll Never Walk Alone

Daniela Rogulj

March 23, 2020 – At 6:30 am Sunday morning, Zagreb was hit by a 5.5-magnitude earthquake. It was the strongest earthquake in this area in the last 140 years. 

The damage is still adding up, many citizens have been left homeless or have major damage to their homes, and 27 people were injured, 18 of which were more severe.

One 15-year-old girl critically injured after a part of the ceiling collapsed in her home. Everyone’s thoughts are with the young girl and her family at this time, and the many families who have lost their homes.

Many Croatian athletes have expressed their support for Zagreb, like Mario Mandzukic, Zlatko Dalic, Andrej Kramaric, Bojan Bogdanovic, and Borna Coric to name a few. 

But perhaps particularly special was the support of the Jürgen Klopp fan page.

The Facebook fan page of the famous German coach, who has led Liverpool to the greatest results in the last 30 years, shared an image of the Zagreb earthquake to 2 million of their fans. 

“If you think coronavirus itself is bad, try mixing it with 5.3 earthquake in Zagreb, Croatia this morning 



As of Monday afternoon, the photo was liked 23,000 times and commented on over 900 times. 

Klopp has been in the spotlight quite often lately, and not because of Liverpool’s success (because we all know football is off for a while, still).

You might remember this legendary press conference Klopp gave when the coronavirus crisis had just hit this part of the world, saying his opinion on the topic does not matter as he was just someone with a “baseball cap and a bad shave.”


Just one week later, Klopp made headlines again for telling fans “put your hands away you f****** idiots” in the Champions League clash again Atletico Madrid. 


While this is not the official profile of the celebrity trainer, and it is not known whether the fan group conveyed Klopp’s words and received insider information from the German himself, the beautiful gesture is more than welcome. 

Source: T.portal

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