Jurgen Klopp admits he sends out unconscious messages in Liverpool press conferences
Jurgen Klopp has suggested he is not in total control of the messages he communicates in Liverpool press conferences, confessing he is prone to "unconsciously" letting comments slip.
The German, 55, is one of the most charismatic managers in the Premier League and his pressers are rarely dull affairs. He has been known to leave reporters in stitches with laughter when in good spirits but is not afraid to hit out at those whose questions he takes issue with.
Some bosses view press conferences as an important aspect of their responsibilities, giving them the chance to speak indirectly to fans, players or critics. Klopp is very much in the other camp, however, admitting he does not prepare to face the media and is largely indifferent to what goes on in the press room.
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