London – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: British media sources have revealed that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was involved in attacking his Manchester City counterpart, Pep Guardiola, with coins, in the match last Sunday which brought together the two giants at the “Anfield” stadium, and ended with the victory of the Reds, with a clear goal at the end of the eleventh week of the English Premier League. And many famous newspapers, including the “Daily Mail” and the “Daily Star”, reported that there was a state of anger within Manchester City’s board of directors at German manager Klopp over the his provocative statements in his interview with reporters before the Premier League Clasico, played by club celeste, as “irresponsible words”, contributed to the fire, throwing coins at the philosopher and attacking a bus in the Merseyside Red City. The same sources claimed that the owners of the Sky Blues had the feeling that the Reds coach had deliberately accused fans and public opinion of club owned by international institutions, such as City, Newcastle United and Paris Saint-Germain, with a clear and explicit acknowledgment of the impossibility of competing with Pep Guardiola’s team, between three capable teams. led to an increase in tension between the two teams within the green rectangle, as was shown in the clash of Salah and Bernardo Silva, which led to the expulsion of Klopp, for exaggerating his objection to the referee’s decision to keep playing. The Sun concluded that Manchester City accused Jurgen of “causing bad feelings” among the club, in a clear indication that his controversial statements prior to Sunday’s summit played a role in the reported incidents, both on and off the pitch, including the tossing of 3 coins worth 2.5 pounds at Guardiola, for alleged damage, along with choirs and writings offensive in the stands, and images of an attack on a bus by City fans. Merseyside police had announced in earlier that he was now collaborating with the two club to investigate reported incidents, preceded by Liverpool’s commitment to impose deterrent sanctions on those involved, up to a lifetime ban on entering Anfield Castle, to prevent such abuses in future. Jurgen Klopp runs the risk of suffering a double penalty, depriving him of the team’s lead from the bench for at least one match, in addition to the fine, or evading the penalty, and this will depend on referee Anthony Taylor’s reporting to the referee committee, and his assessment. on the decision to eject the coach after yelling at his assistant Gary Beswick.