Jürgen Klopp encouraged fans from Liverpool to celebrate “safely” after thousands of individuals gathered on Friday night on the waterfront of the city. Fans met for the second night of celebrations at the Pier Head after the club first became England champions on Thursday in quite a while.
A few arrests were made after glasses and jugs were tossed at cops as the celebrations proceeded in the early hours in the focal point of the town. Merseyside Police said after a firecracker landed on a balcony the Liver Building had endured £ 10,000 worth of damage.
Klopp wrote in an open letter to the Liverpool Echo newspaper about his appreciation for the enthusiasm, loyalty, and game information on the fans as he praised them and the network for helping the club win the Premier League title.
And he wasn’t intrigued by the scenes at the end of the week when he said: “The scenes that took place on Friday at the Pier Head are something I haven’t missed and I have to say that. I’m a human being and your passion is also my passion, however, the most important thing right presently is that we don’t have these open gatherings.
“We owe it to the most disadvantaged individuals in our general public, to the health laborers who have given so a lot and whom we praised, and to the police and local authorities who encourage us not to do as such as a club. Please celebrate however celebrate healthily and privately, so we don’t hazard spreading this awful disease in our general public any further.
Klopp went on: “We’ve all accomplished such a great deal to battle Covid-19, and that exertion can’t be wasted. We deserve it and each other to make the right decision, and that means being together and being there for each other by being apart at this second.