Now settled into life on Merseyside, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been taught some all-important Scouse phrases in a new interview.
Klopp spoke to LFCTV’s Kop Kids reporter Isaac in his office at Melwood, about his first weeks as Liverpool manager and how he was enjoying life in the city.
But with Klopp still getting to grips with the subtleties of Scouse culture, he was quizzed on a number of familiar phrases.
Some of it even crept into his post-match press conference after Saturday’s 4-1 win away to Manchester City, with the 48-year-old describing his side’s performance as “boss.”
Klopp continued to endear himself to Liverpool by naming The Beatles as the best band in the world.
The German also spoke about what got him into football, and why he had found success as a manager.
“I love this game because you can win against better teams, if you work better together than the other team,” he explained.
“That’s why I love to be a manager and I love this game.”