Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has taken part in an impromptu video to give a vote of a support to a stricken Everton fan.
Little Noah is suffering from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a muscle wasting life shortening disease, and when his auntie bumped into Klopp at a Liverpool petrol station, the kind-hearted Reds boss agreed to send him a video message.
“Your auntie told me that at this moment you are not in the best shape, but that will change soon,” said Klopp. “I hear you are a huge Evertonian, but I hope you enjoy this video.”
His auntie then suggested Everton would beat Liverpool in the next Merseyside derby, which brought a dismissive response from Klopp, who again showed he his charitable persona with this wonderful message of support.
Manchester United and their neighbours City are believed to have voted against the proposed changes to the Premier League’s transfer window, which will see player trading halted before the season starts next summer.