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Not Even Confirmed Yet and There’s Already a Parody Jurgen Klopp Liverpool Twitter Account

Not Even Confirmed Yet and There’s Already a Parody Jurgen Klopp Liverpool Twitter Account

Jurgen Klopp is most probably going to become the next Liverpool manager if the huge amount of reports confirming that online are anything to go by.

But he’s not officially been announced yet – and with that there’s always a chance that things could break down.

So, we were surprised to see a Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool parody Twitter account emerge today.

 

Whoever is behind the account may have jumped the gun, but it’s still entertaining to imagine what Klopp could be saying once he’s confirmed as Liverpool boss and gets to work on restoring the Anfield club to the top of English football.

Take this first tweet from @ConfusedKlopp as evidence:

There are more brilliant tweets since the account was activated at around 2.30pm, including a load of jibes at Brendan Rodgers, one for Daniel Sturridge and another at Raheem Sterling:

We’re loving this.

The account is already hurtling towards more than 1,000 followers and by the time Klopp is confirmed as Liverpool boss you’d expect that number to be up into the tens of thousands.

@ConfusedKlopp is good, but it will still never be as hilarious as @DeludedBrendan – with this a particular highlight from that account on the day Rodgers was sacked:

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