Before the world knew Jurgen Klopp as a world class manager with an infinite reserve of touchline antics (some adorable, some eccentric), he was a German TV pundit, and a damn good one at that. He revolutionized the way punditry is done by being one of the first to use touchscreens during analysis.
The German took up punditry once more on Monday albeit this time as a guest on Monday Night Football alongside Jamie Carragher and David Oliver.
The master tactician commanded the stage offering such profound explanations and insights of the game that the other pundits (looking at you Carra) were simply left in awe.
In fact so much brilliant and insightful were his analyses that even fans of fierce rivals Manchester United were left to compliment the Liverpool’s manager’s display on MNF.
Check out the tweets below!
Manages a team I despise, but I love Klopp. Would've loved him at United. This MNF segment has already been fantastic
— Slowmax (@lomaxgr) September 26, 2016
Can we not cancel the game and just carry on with Klopp? Great viewing and I'm a United fan.#MNF
— Jonathan (@mrmack73) September 26, 2016
As a Manchester United fan I can happily say I love Jürgen Klopp 😂
— Joe 👦🏻 (@whpdy) September 26, 2016
— Ollie Davis (@oliver_davis) September 26, 2016
Gutted to miss 7pm build up with Klopp & Carra, even a United fan you gotta have a lot of time for way Klopp plays, he's quite a character!!
— Daniel Mapp-Jones (@Dannymapp) September 26, 2016
United fan but you literally can't hate Klopp. Liverpool can kindly fuck off though 🙃 #MNF
— Matt Harvey (@mattgharvey) September 26, 2016
Even as a United fan… you just can't dislike jurgen klopp
— Tom (@_tomborman) September 26, 2016
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) September 26, 2016
Very impressed with Jürgen Klopp on Monday Night football. He is the manager united needed, really, could have done wonders for our club.
— Andrew Rowe (@rowemeister83) September 27, 2016
Would listen to Klopp talk football all night. He'll win something big at Liverpool. World class coach
— United ⭕️ (@Beckham_RF) September 26, 2016
I'm a Man United fan and it pains me to say it but Klopp really is brilliant. Wish he was United's manager – strikes me as a United type..
— Steve Whyley (@sw1205) September 26, 2016