Jurgen Klopp highlights Darwin Nunez problem which could have undermined Liverpool win. Check out Jurgen Klopp hair transplant.
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Born in Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, to Elisabeth and Norbert Klopp, a travelling salesman and a former goalkeeper, Klopp grew up in the countryside in the Black Forest village of Glatten near Freudenstadt with two older sisters.
He started playing for local club SV Glatten and later TuS Ergenzingen as a junior player, with the next stint at 1.
FC Pforzheim and then at three Frankfurt clubs, Eintracht Frankfurt II, Viktoria Sindlingen and Rot-Weiss Frankfurt during his adolescence.
Introduced to football through his father, Klopp was a supporter of VfB Stuttgart in his youth.
Jurgen Klopp Liverpool coach
Klopp was appointed manager of Liverpool in 2015. He guided the club to successive UEFA Champions League finals in 2018 and 2019, winning the latter to secure his first – and Liverpool’s sixth – title in the competition.
Klopp’s side finished second in the 2018–19 Premier League, registering 97 points; the then third-highest total in the history of the English top division, and the most by a team without winning the title.
The following season, Klopp won the UEFA Super Cup and Liverpool’s first FIFA Club World Cup, before delivering Liverpool’s first Premier League title, amassing a club record 99 points and breaking a number of top-flight records.
Darwin Nunez needs to improve his defending if he is going to become a regular on the left-hand side of Liverpool ’s attack, according to Jurgen Klopp.
Nunez helped Liverpool pick up a 2-1 win over Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday evening. The Uruguayan set up Mohamed Salah for his opening goal and offered a threat throughout the match.
These achievements won him back-to-back FIFA Coach of the Year awards in 2019 and 2020.
Tottenham ’s 3-5-2 formation allowed Nunez lots of space to work in offensively, but he was at fault for Kane’s goal. Speaking to Sky Sports in his post-match interview, Klopp highlighted his summer signing’s lack of defensive discipline.
Footballers Anthony Stokes (Celtic) and former England player Michael Gray, as well as – most famously – the aforementioned Wayne Rooney, are among the many celebrity sportsmen who have refused to lie low while their scalps were healing following hair transplant surgery; Liverpool’s new manager Jürgen Klopp is another who didn’t flinch when journalists tackled him on his changing hairline two years ago.
“Yes, it’s true. I underwent a hair transplant,” he told reporters. “And I think the results are really cool, don’t you?”
The 48-year-old former Mainz 05 star has enjoyed an illustrious career as a manager over the past 14 years and joins the iconic Merseyside team following a long spell in charge of Borussia Dortmund.
A hair transplant procedure to address his receding hairline was performed by Dr Malte Villnow – whose other clients include US actor Ted Danson and whose clinic is set within the grounds of a 5-star German hotel, in 2012.
According to reports in the German press, the man most likely to give Jose Mourinho a run for his money in the outspoken stakes, suddenly took to wearing a cap at the end of 2012 before revealing his new ‘sassy short haircut’ during a friendly match in Cologne the following January. When asked about his new look, bild.de reports Klopp simply retorted, “Have I cut it? You can see it.”
Before and after pictures of Klopp suggest his treatment was designed to give him a lower and fuller hairline one more in-keeping with how the player would likely have looked in his early twenties.