Liverpool 32-year-old defender Virgil van Dijk break silence and reveals his reason why he is scared of Jurgen Klopp leaving the club as coach - soocer442
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Liverpool 32-year-old defender Virgil van Dijk break silence and reveals his reason why he is scared of Jurgen Klopp leaving the club as coach



It looks like the Dutch back has finally spoken out about what is likely to be an emotional end to the season at Liverpool.
It has been said that Virgil van Dijk is very sad that Jurgen Klopp is leaving Liverpool this summer.

In January, it was announced that the German would be leaving his job as manager of the Reds at the end of this season. He had been at Anfield for nine seasons. Also, assistant managers Pep Lijnders and Peter Krawietz, as well as top development coach Vitor Matos, have said they will be leaving their jobs right away.

Some Liverpool stars who have won every big award with the team in the last few years have already left. Recently, Jordan Henderson, Roberto Firmino, James Milner, and Fabinho have all left the club. They join Sadio Mane, Divock Origi, and Gini Wijnaldum, who all left in the summer of last year.

Klopp signed Van Dijk for a club record £75 million in January 2018, and he has said that it would be hard to say goodbye to the director of football. There will be a whole new level of feeling, though, when Klopp leaves.

“Being an emotional person, it’s usually really hard for me to say goodbye to someone,” he said. “I am quite an emotional guy.” “That is without a doubt what will happen now.”

Liverpool 32-year-old defender Virgil van Dijk break silence and reveals his reason why he is scared of Jurgen Klopp leaving the club as coach

A lot of people are leaving, not just the boss. There is a lot more we could say about Pepijn (Lijnders), who is an important team member.

Unfortunately, I don’t look forward to it. However, if we win awards together, we can make it a lot better because we will be saying goodbye.

“That is the way life works.” The club is where you see each other almost every day; in fact, you see each other more often than your own wife and kids. You share both the good and bad times of your lives.

This makes a very strong bond, which is especially important at a club like Liverpool that is like a big family.

“After a few years, it’s over all of a sudden.” Even though I have high goals, I am pretty sure that the club will be able to keep that unique atmosphere of connecting with each other for a while longer.

Van Dijk scored the game-winning goal in Liverpool’s League Cup final win over Chelsea a month ago, so at least he helped make sure that Klopp’s last season at Liverpool was filled with titles. He had not won a prize since becoming club captain the previous summer. He also won the Alan Hardaker prize for the second time after being named player of the match. Both of these things he did came before he got the trophy.

Van Dijk wants to win more titles for his club and his country as he works to forget about his bad season in 2022–23. He said it was a great day, and he wants to get more awards for both.

He told Voetball International, “I had planned this ahead of time because it would be the perfect way to end a great day.” “It was the perfect way to end a perfect day.” Not only did I score the goal that won the game, but my family was also in the stands to see it.

On the whole, that made me feel very proud to be captain. There was nothing more satisfying for me than accepting an award with the boss, who has been and continues to be so important to both the club and me personally. It was my first award as captain.

The Dutchman was criticized by people outside of football during the previous season because Liverpool didn’t make it to the Champions League and the Netherlands were knocked out of the 2022 World Cup early.

When Van Dijk was back to his best this season, the feedback he got was taken into account. Van Dijk, whose deal at Anfield ends next year, also gave hints about what he wants to do in the years to come.

“I’m one of the contributing players at Liverpool and Oranje,” he told us. “My performance at Oranje and Liverpool was not very good last year.” “I know that, and I’m okay with that.”

I did really well in many of the games I played last year, but I also failed miserably in many of the duels I joined, which was not good enough for me.

In that case, you have to deal with the abuse, and I have to admit that I am not always immune to it, just like everyone else. Like I said, I know that taking criticism is part of the job, and I’m fine with it. But sometimes you can handle it better than other times.

“One of my real goals is to get everything inside of me out of it.” We will find out what the future holds in the years to come.

I feel strong and calm in both my body and mind. I want to win so badly that I will do anything. The situation with Liverpool looks good right now, and we still have a chance to win important awards like the Europa League and the title.

I’d like to win those awards as captain of this great club. If everything goes as planned, I might also be able to hold up a prize someday as captain of the Dutch national team.

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