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Watch: Jurgen Klopp starts brand new Liverpool chant at leaving celebrations

Over the past nine years, Jurgen Klopp has established himself as a legend at Liverpool Football Club. He has brought glory back to the club while building a fantastic relationship with the club's supporters.

Jurgen Klopp sings new liverpool chant
Jurgen Klopp has created a new Liverpool chant as his farewell gift to Liverpool fans – Photo by Icon Sport

Countless iconic Liverpool chants have been created during the Klopp era in reference to the man himself in addition to some of the layers that he has brought to the club, including Virgil van Dijk and Mo Salah.

After the final whistle on Sunday at Anfield, Klopp took to the microphone to say his goodbyes to the Liverpool crowd and in the process, created a new Liverpool chant. Ironically, this one wasn't about himself or any of the current players, but rather the man expected to take over from him next season, Arne Slot.

New Liverpool chant for Arne Slot

The new Liverpool chant for Arne Slot went down well with the Liverpool fans inside Anfield as they sent Klopp on his way. The Kop joined in with the song after Klopp started it in the centre pitch before they turned their attentions to serenading the man himself.

Meanwile, in the Netherlands, Slot was enjoying a farewell party of his own as he bid farewell to Feyenoord. Like Klopp, Slot had built a fantastic relationship with the club's supporters and has been given their blessing to take the job at Anfield.

At the Dutchman's goodbye party, his song of choice will please Liverpool fans. Slot took to the microphone to belt out ‘You'll Never Walk Alone', a song that is synonymous with Liverpool.

It is also a song that has been adopted by Feyenoord and a TIFO after their match with Excelsior on Sunday was unveiled which depicted Slot's face with the words ‘walk on, walk on' sprawled across. Speaking after the game, Slot said:

“I am extremely grateful for the memories I have made at this club. I'm going to miss the people the most and the level of appreciation I have achieved here, both from supporters and players. I hope that in the future I can achieve the same or even more than that. That was very special.”


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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