Liverpool FC fans in tears as they read Klopp's wife's scarf

Jurgen Klopp's wife Ulla Sandrock at the Liverpool - Wolves match
Jurgen Klopp's wife Ulla Sandrock at the Liverpool - Wolves match -Credit:Sky Sports

Liverpool FC fans have shared their emotion after spotting Jurgen Klopp's wife Ulla Sandrock at Anfield for his last ever match as the Reds boss.

As the Wolves game got underway on Sunday there was an emotional rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone. During this, Sky cameras zoomed in on Ulla holding up a Liverpool scarf.

Many fans watching the match from home reacted to seeing Klopp's wife showing her support for Liverpool for a final time. On X, formerly Twitter, Nata simply said: "Ulla" with crying and broken heart emojis.

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Reid said: "THEM SHOWING ULLA DURING YNWA IS FOUL [crying emojis]" and Vee said: "I'm gone, those close ups of Klopp and then the shot of Ulla".

Diana said: "I love you Mrs Ulla Klopp. Thank you very much". Brad said: "Ulla holding a scarf aloft during YNWA [red heart emoji]"

Ulla will leave a lasting impression on Merseyside, and in one town in particular. She and her husband have lived in Formby since Klopp signed as Liverpool boss back in 2015.

During the covid pandemic, Ulla performed acts of kindness to people living in the area that not likely to be forgotten any time soon

Formby Community Football Club's (FCFC) has an "army" of volunteers who, when lockdown put a stop to play back in 2020, began organising food and medicine deliveries, made phone calls to the isolated and even cut people's grass, and Ulla made a "substantial" donation to the cause.

Around the same time, she also handed out £1,000 worth of food vouchers to staff at Waitrose in Formby as a "thank you" for working on the frontline.

The ECHO understands 20 separate £50 vouchers for the store were individually passed by the Liverpool manager's wife to those on the shop floor at the time.

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