Jurgen Klopp gets a Scouse slang lesson from a young Liverpool fan

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Jurgen Klopp has been a huge hit in his six weeks on Merseyside. The German's infectious personality has instantly endeared him to Liverpool fans and results like their 4-1 hammering of Manchester City won't harm his cause.

And the latest video released by the Reds will only further increase his popularity.

The former Borussia Dortmund manager was pictured enjoying what Liverpool has to offer when he first arrived and now he is getting to know the local slang.


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The 48-year-old features on the latest episode of 'Kop Kids' on LFCTV and gets a lesson in Scouse slang from a nine-year-old boy.

In a 52 second trailer released on their official Twitter account, Klopp was taught what the phrase 'boss tha' meant on Merseyside.


Quite simply, Liverpool's performance at the Etihad was marvellous. From start to finish the players executed Klopp's gameplan perfectly and left Manchester with a deserved three points. 

Their play during the 90 minutes against City brought back memories of their charge to second in the league under Brendan Rodgers in the 2013-14 season.

And the win means it is six points from a possible six from trips to Manchester City and Chelsea during Klopp's short time in England and the players have really taken to his philosophy.

There will still be concerns over their home form, given their 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace before the international break, but right now, the Reds look unrecognisable from the final months of Rodgers' tenure and that can only be a good thing.

Just how good was Liverpool's performance against Manchester City? When was the last time you saw the Reds play that well? Let us know by leaving a comment below

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