South Africa: Liverpool manager Klopp donate R190,000 to South African youth club

The Reds manager visited the Cape Town based club in 2017 and has not forgotten to help them with their football development this season too.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp contributed to the Joy is Round initiative, run by Hout Bay United Football Community in South Africa.
The Cape Town club only has children aged between seven and 18-years and aims to instill hope in the community.

Co-founder of Hout Bay United, Jeremy Elson shared the following glowing words for the German coach.

“Jurgen is a fantastic chap to have associated with the club,” Elson said, as reported in the Liverpool Echo.

“He came and did a talk in 2017, where he spoke about his time as a manager, his philosophy, football, his ambitions.

“He spoke for over two hours in total, everyone was captivated by him.

“The most amazing thing about him is how humble he is.”

One can follow the start of the social media reaction from South Africa to Klopp’s donation, and also watch the Liverpool manager talk about the initiative in a video below.

Written by Zain Khan Goal reporter

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