Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has promised the club’s supporters a title party and a parade around the city when they are allowed to do so by the government authorities, even if it means waiting till the coronavirus pandemic is over.
It recently emerged that the Reds will be allowed to play their matches at Merseyside, and the club could even win the title at Goodison Park on the opening weekend after the league resumes. Klopp for his part though wants to celebrate the title with fans in the future.
“If we become champions, we will (celebrate) with all our supporters in the moment we are allowed to do so again.
I can promise that if it happens, there will be a parade as well. Whenever. Who cares!
We only need one day when everybody is able to come and then we will do that,” he said as quoted by the Mirror.
The German has also dismissed suggestions that the club’s fans would not follow guidelines set by the government regarding mass gatherings if matches are played at Anfield, claiming that everyone involved are adults.
“Of course we would love to play our home games at Anfield. If people are saying we cannot play at Anfield because our supporters will go there…c’mon, we are all adults.
We love each other, that is clear. But if (fans not turning up at stadiums) is the only chance we will be able to play games, of course we will not show up there.
“We want to win it, and not to celebrate now or yesterday or whenever. We want to celebrate (all) together in the moment when it’s possible – and when that’s possible we go again, 100 per cent with all we have.”