Jurgen Klopp receives standing ovation after final message as Liverpool FC manager

Jurgen Klopp received a huge standing ovation as he gave his final message as Liverpool FC boss tonight.

The outgoing manager's incredible nine year reign in charge of the Reds was celebrated the M&S Bank Arena on Tuesday evening. The German reflected on his memorable stint in a Q&A with lifelong Reds' fan, John Bishop, and LFC TV presenter, Peter McDowall.

The evening also featured performances from local bands, The Zutons and Lightning Seeds. Klopp came back on stage after the performance to thank the crowd for providing an atmosphere that will live long in the memory.

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He said: "I don't really think there's any other city in the world that would do something like that tonight." Klopp said tonight was a celebration of the three things this city represents.

He added: "In difficult times, we took our time tonight to celebrate three things. Music, football and life. Thank you very much. You are outstanding. I love you to bits. Thank you.

"That's enough. I'm not going to say anymore. If you want to sing a song then go for it." Klopp provided his iconic fist-pumps to the crowd for one last time as the Reds fans in attendance sang his famous song to the tune of Live is Life by Opus.

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