Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s comments on Arsene Wenger branded ‘uncalled for’

Jurgen Klopp's post-match comments made about Arsene Wenger have been slammed online.

The Liverpool boss celebrated his 1,000 managerial game by watching his side play out a dismal 0-0 draw at home to Chelsea, with the Reds coming lucky as their West London visitors went 1-0 before having their goal disallowed for offside.

Following the stalemate that saw little action, Klopp took aim at former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger when asked what he thought about his milestone game. Speaking at his press conference after the match on Saturday, he said: "I got a lot of messages, and not all of them were nice.

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"I think Arsene Wenger lost his 1,000th game 6-0 so I'm really happy that didn't happen."

Sharing the short clip from the press conference, @TurkishGooner spoke out about the comments. They said: "Bit uncalled for bringing Wenger’s name into this.

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"I used to like Klopp, but he’s become a right miserable, cantankerous old git lately, Liverpool being rubbish is his fault, no one else’s."

@TheArsenalTom tweeted: "Bit insane to me that a manager of his ‘class’ consistently looks to drag other managers into his dark cloud of self pity. Very odd behaviour."

@markwhite wrote: "This is still annoying me. Seven years into Dortmund, Klopp was fighting relegation. Seven years into Liverpool, they're in midtable obscurity.

"Seven years into Arsenal, Wenger had won more league titles than Klopp had at either and was on the verge of invincibility."

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