Bad But Good News: Nottingham Forest clash were ‘the most difficult I’ve had in my life’……..

Before the match, Luis Diaz’s parents were abducted in Colombia, making the pregame preparations “the most difficult I’ve had in my life,” according to Jurgen Klopp.

Lewis Steele wrote this for Mailonline.

Jurgen Klopp said preparing for this match was the most difficult task he has had to do in his managerial career, after Liverpool forward Luis Diaz was informed of his parents’ kidnapping while at the team hotel on Saturday evening

Forward Diaz from Colombia left the team with Liverpool staff workers tending to him after learning that his parents had been kidnapped by armed persons in Barrancas, Colombia. On Sunday night, his father was still missing but his mother had been located safely.

Additionally, following Liverpool’s 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest, Klopp declared, “This preparation was the hardest I have ever had in my life.” Was not ready for it, nor did I anticipate it. The game was as enormous as it was, and I don’t want to make it bigger.

We battle hard for Lucho, and we most definitely attempt to help him because we plainly want to. The only thing we can truly do is fight for him because we are unable to assist him.

We received word last night. Lucho was then spoken to. He desired to return home. had folks there to take care of him and sent someone with him. His family is represented there as well. They wish to be together because of this. It does make perfect sense.


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