Chelsea’s “Prince of Wales” Action Made Klopp Very Impressed
The gait of Liverpool’s Ben Woodburn, along with the Welsh national team, put his coach at the club, Juergen Klopp, very impressed. Former Borussia Dortmund coach was also flattering players 17 years.
Woodburn scored the winning goal against Wales. He also recorded assists in the game counter-Moldova in the 2018 World Cup qualifying round of the European zone.
Klopp did not hesitate to dub Woodburn as Prince of Wales aka Prince of Wales.
“I love that nickname and have called it five times, I do not know if Woodburn likes it but I can not stop,” Klopp said.
Klopp was also happy with the achievement of Woodburn with the national team.
“I watched the interview with Gareth Bale and saw how happy he is, he is a Liverpool player and we will try to help and protect him.
Woodburn’s very young age was the reason for Klopp’s remark.
“He’s been playing for Wales and Liverpool’s job is to educate and train, also to give him a chance to play,” Klopp said.
Klopp also forbids the club to be impatient in educating young players like Woodburn.
“We know many stories about talented players, but his career is changing because of the impatience of the club.I have half the responsibility for the development of Woodburn, the rest is on him alone and other factors,” said the German coach.