Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is the first to win the German-British Friendship Award

Düsseldorf (Germany): the German Jurgen Klopp, former coach of Borussia Dortmund and current coach of the English football team Liverpool, was awarded the first edition of the “German-British Friendship Award”, in a ceremony held on Friday evening in Dortmund. The award is awarded by the British Chamber of Commerce in Germany, to honor the people who foster closer relations between Germany and the UK. Klopp received the award from Camino, singer of the German rock group “De Tottenhausen”, in a ceremony held at the Dortmund stadium, in the presence of 300 invited guests. Klopp spoke of his love for England since he was a child and said: “It’s a wonderful country and wonderful people. I am very proud to be the first to receive the German-British Friendship Award ”. “It’s nice to hear so many things about you,” he added, after I talked about him to honor. Klopp worked in Dortmund for seven years before moving on to coach Liverpool in 2015 and led the team in 2020 to victory in the Premier League title for the first time. in 30 years. A year earlier, Klopp led Liverpool to the Champions League title and his contract with club it is expected to last until 30 June 2024. (dpa)

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