Jurgen Klopp fights back tears during emotional final You'll Never Walk Alone as Liverpool boss

Jurgen Klopp was moved close to tears as Liverpool fans sang You'll Never Walk Alone for the final time with him as their manager.

The Reds supporters' went through their usual post-match routine shortly before kick-off against Wolves at Anfield on Sunday and Klopp appeared to be holding back the emotions ahead of his last 90 minutes as Reds boss.

A mosaic across the Anfield Road and Sir Kenny Dalglish stands thanked Klopp for his efforts across a successful spell with a huge flag in the Kop stating: 'Doubters Believers Conquerors'.

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The famous pre-match hymn was a particularly poignant and atmospheric one with Klopp tapping his chest in appreciation for the fans' efforts as he fought back the tears. After the rendition, the supporters on the Kop immediately began their 'I'm So Glad' anthem in homage to their manager.

Klopp has won eight trophies during his time on Merseyside including a first league title for 30 years, the Champions League and a first-ever Club World Cup, which was won in Qatar back in December 2019.

In a break with tradition, Klopp's name was announced as part of the pre-match team readings by stadium announcer Peter McDowall with plenty of Wolves in the away end also clapping the German coach.

He joined the club in October 2015 as a replacement for Brendan Rodgers and leaves after a season in which the Reds showed great progress to finish third in the Premier League and after winning the Carabao Cup.

Klopp leaves as the most decorated manager of the 21st century at Anfield and will go down as one of the most revered and loved managers of all time for Liverpool.

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