A Manchester United fan wrote a letter to Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp, asking him to make the team defeat this season, so that the team is not the first team he has not been defeated in the English Premier League.
Liverpool currently tops the Premier League table with 76 points, after 26 rounds, as they were not defeated in any match, and they stumbled in only one confrontation, as they fell in the positive tie trap against Manchester United, and 25 points away from the runners-up Manchester City.
The kid, who is called Daraj Corley, seems to be desperate to see Liverpool defeat in the Premier League, so he decided to do something about it, by writing a letter to Jurgen Klopp, and he asked them not to win again!
Corley, who is 10 years old, wrote to Klopp: “Dear Juergen Klopp, my name is Darrage, I am 10 years old, I go to (Glens Willie International) school in Donegal (county in Ireland), I am a fan of Manchester United, and I write to you because I complain” .
He added: “Liverpool win many matches, as you have won nine other games. Liverpool have the best unbeatable series in English football, and being a Manchester United fan, this is very sad.”
He continued: “So I ask you the next time Liverpool play, please make them lose, just let the other team score goals, I hope I have convinced you not to win a league match again, or not to win again, with my sincere appreciation … Daraj. ”
Klopp did not miss the opportunity, he responded to Daraj and sent him a letter, It read as follows:
“Initially, I want to thank you, for writing to me, you did not wish me good luck for anything, but I am always glad to enjoy the children’s soccer fans.”
“Unfortunately, on this occasion, I cannot accept your request, as much as you want to lose Liverpool, my job is to do my best to help Liverpool win as there are millions of people around the world who want this to happen, so I don’t want to let them down.” “.
“Fortunately, we lost games in the past and we will lose games in the future because this is football.”
“The problem is when you are ten years old, you think things will always be the same, but if there is one thing I can tell you when I am 52 years old, then surely things are not like this.”
“After reading your letter, I think I can safely say that the only thing that will not change is your passion for football and your club; Manchester United are fortunate to have you.”
“I hope you’re lucky enough to win more games and maybe even win some prizes, you won’t be very disappointed because although we have great competitors, we share great respect for each other.”