As a reward for the work that Jurgen Klopp has done for Liverpool Football Club and the city itself, he is set to receive the freedom of the city.
As reported by BBC News: ‘Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is to be given the freedom of the city after leading The Reds to huge success.
‘Liverpool City Council will recommend conferring honorary Freedom of the City status on the 55-year-old German at a meeting next week’.
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The 55-year-old will join the likes of Steven Gerrard and Sir Kenny Dalglish as recipients of the honor and it’s testament to the love that is felt for the German, across the red half of the city.
After winning every major trophy on offer during his seven-year stay on Merseyside, it’s clear that collecting all these accolades was a big reason in him being recognised.
For the former Borussia Dortmund man to extend his contract to 2026 too, further shows his commitment to the city and the club.
Our manager is set to receive the award alongside Royal Family star Sue Johnston and Brookside creator Phil Redmond.
It’s a real honor for all involved and will be great to further show our enigmatic leader just how much we love him.
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