Ex-Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's disgusting hidden talent REVEALED

Jurgen Klopp has now left his role as Liverpool manager, departing after close to nine years in charge. 

He goes after leading the Reds back to the summit of European and English football, winning the Champions League and Premier League as well as the Club World Cup among other honours. 

The 56-year-old has forged an incredible bond with the adoring Anfield public, and he takes his leave as one of the most beloved figures in the club’s history. 

Liverpool fans are feeling something similar to what Borussia Dortmund fans experienced back in 2015 when he left Signal Iduna Park. 

Klopp was in charge between 2008 and 2015, winning two Bundesliga titles and a DFB Pokal (German cup) among other honours during his days in charge. 

He also qualified Dortmund to the Champions League final, where they were defeated by Bayern Munich in 2013 at Wembley

Although Klopp’s time in charge ended on a low ebb, he is widely revered as a club icon and has even been suggested as a potential club president further down the line. 

This week anecdotes are being given about Klopp as he heads towards his sabbatical and one of his Dortmund players has shared a hilarious one. 

Klopp's perfectly-timed FART

Kevin Prince-Boateng only played 10 matches for Dortmund back in 2008-09 season, during a loan spell from Tottenham Hotspur. 

Kevin-Prince Boateng tells a Jürgen Klopp anecdote: "One time I got new shoes. They were green, frog colored. He walked past me and farted and said: 'Wow, those shoes are cool, they even make a noise!'"
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The Ghana international’s time on the field was cut short due to a four-match ban which followed a horror challenge on Wolfsburg’s Makoto Hasebe and BVB couldn't afford the option to sign him on a permanent basis. 

However, despite his brief time at the Westfalenstadion, Klopp still managed to make a rather shocking impression on the playmaker. 

Jurgen Klopp Kevin-Prince Boateng

Jurgen Klopp Kevin-Prince Boateng

He recalls in an interview with German TV channel ZDF: "One time I got new shoes. They were green, frog coloured. He walked past me and farted and said: 'Wow, those shoes are cool, they even make a noise!'"

Klopp has been renowned for his wide smile and deep laugh, and it’s good to hear that his unique sense of humour has remained intact since his Dortmund days. 

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