Jurgen Klopp admitted that he did not agree to a couple of decisions that was made by the referee in the all-important European clash where his team took on Paris Saint-Germain and ended up on the losing side.
Klopp didn’t try to hide his disappointment at the decisions, but he insisted that he didn’t want to say something which becomes a headline and the reporters have the opportunity to make stories on it.
According to Klopp, it’s not that only he was watching the game. Whoever was present in the stadium or whoever was watching on TV saw what happened and what the decision should have been. So it’s not that he has to say something to put things into perspective. Everybody knows it and they can make their stories on the basis of what they saw rather than what the Liverpool coach said.
“I could say 500,000 things, but none of them I want to read in the newspaper tomorrow. You have a brain, think about it and write it down or do it on the mic or whatever.” Klopp was quoted saying by Evening Standard.