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“You Would Like Me To Take Him On Vacation?” is Jurgen Klopp’s hilarious response to the Sparta Prague players

<p>Not only will the Premier League miss Klopp’s dynamic football style, but also his off-field antics and clever one-liners.</p>
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<p>During the news conference after Liverpool’s convincing 5-1 victory against Sparta Prague in the UEFA Europa League last night, the German had yet another humorous moment.</p>
<p>The Reds started their goalfest inside the first six minutes of the match, with Alexis MacAllister scoring a penalty kick. Despite a valiant effort by Sparta, Liverpool was in complete control of the match.</p>
<p>And the goals would just keep coming as Luis Diaz and Dominik Szoboszlai added goals of their own in the second half, after Uruguayan Darwin Nunez’s incredible brace just before halftime.</p>
<p>The lone goal for Praha also came from an own goal that was deflected off of Conor Bradley of Liverpool, as the Czech team looked pitiful when compared to the formidable Reds.</p>
<p>When a reporter asked Klopp at the post-match news conference whether he was pleased by the potential the Czech club had and would be interested in signing any players, the German responded smartly.</p>
<p>“The summer is when I retire. “You want me to take him on vacation, or what?” chuckled Klopp.</p>
<p>Jokes aside, Klopp expressed dissatisfaction with his team’s performance and said the outcome did not accurately represent their play, giving Sparta credit for their fierce defense.</p>
<p>It is true that the outcome was much better than the performance, Klopp added.</p>
<p>Sparta performed well in the game; they took some chances when they had the ball, they somewhat concealed their wingers, and our defense let them make these counterattacks.</p>
<p>“We lost a few balls that were needless, which makes it harder to defend, but we could have performed better in other situations.”</p>
<p>The German is anticipated to leave his beloved Reds on a strong note as he prepares to leave following a nine-year stay. With Liverpool having already won the EFL League Cup, leading the Premier League, and vying for the Europa League trophy, it seems to be a very real possibility right now.</p>
<p>However, in response to a question on the significance of Klopp winning a European championship before leaving the team, Klopp said that his leaving the team would not necessarily mean that his already intense drive to win would be heightened any more.</p>
<p>Most often, the inquiry is, “How great is the desire to take home a European trophy?” Indeed, it would be awesome, but it has nothing to do with him leaving.</p>
<p>Remaining calm, Klopp said, “Last year when I stayed, I wanted to win something but it was just not possible, so yeah, everybody has to worry about that.”</p>

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