Jurgen Klopp named FIFA’s Men’s Coach of the Year after guiding Liverpool to their sixth Champions League title… as Reds boss announces he has joined Common Goal campaign
Jurgen Klopp has been named as FIFA’s Men’s Coach of the Year after guiding Liverpool to their six Champions League title.
The Reds boss announced at the end of his acceptance speech that he has joined the Common Goal campaign.
Common Goal is a charitable project, started by Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata, with the aim of using the power of football to generate social change and improve people’s lives.
Jurgen Klopp has been named as FIFA’s Coach of the Year after winning the Champions League
It’s members donate 1% of their income to active projects in all continents.
Klopp beat Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino to the award who Klopp’s side defeated 2-0 in June to win the Champions League.
Pep Guardiola, who managed an unprecedented domestic treble in England with Manchester City, was also nominated but was unsuccessful.
Klopp also missed out on the Premier League title by one point with the third-highest points total in history of 97.