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Klopp

Klopp

ISBN
9780571364978
Published
05/08/2021
9780571364978
Format
Paperback
Price
£8.99
Paperback
208

About the Book

‘Immensely readable.’ Observer
‘Delightful.’ Mail on Sunday
‘Highly enjoyable.’ Guardian
‘Informative and emotive.’ This Is Anfield
'A love letter to the great man himself.’ The Times

In the first book by a British writer about this extraordinary football manager, lifelong Liverpool fan Anthony Quinn has crafted a memorable love letter to Jürgen Klopp. Taking in all the drama of LFC’s disrupted, but ultimately triumphant, 2019–20 season, it offers unique insight into one of football’s most charismatic figures.

‘Klopp isn’t just for Liverpool, Quinn writes in his final pages. He is for all of us. I reckon this book can be too.’ Hannah Jane Parkinson, Observer

‘Klopp has worked his way into Liverpool’s big sentimental heart like a German love bomb. And Quinn couldn’t resist writing an ode, an unabashed fan’s note: to Klopp and his boyhood city and the ghost of Shankly.’ Irish Times

‘Immensely readable.’ Observer‘Delightful.’ Mail on Sunday‘Highly enjoyable.’ Guardian‘Informative and emotive.’ This Is Anfield'A love letter to the great man himself.’ The TimesIn the first book by a British writer about this extraordinary football manager, lifelong Liverpool fan Anthony Quinn has crafted a memorable love letter to Jürgen Klopp. Taking in all the drama of LFC’s disrupted, but ultimately triumphant, 2019–20 season, it offers unique insight into one of football’s most charismatic figures.‘Klopp isn’t just for Liverpool, Quinn writes in his final pages. He is for all of us. I reckon this book can be too.’ Hannah Jane Parkinson, Observer‘Klopp has worked his way into Liverpool’s big sentimental heart like a German love bomb. And Quinn couldn’t resist writing an ode, an unabashed fan’s note: to Klopp and his boyhood city and the ghost of Shankly.’ Irish Times
  • Anthony Quinn

    Anthony Quinn was born in Liverpool in 1964. From 1998 to 2013 he was the film critic for the Independent. He is the author of six novels: The Rescue Man, which won the 2009 Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award; Half of the Human RaceThe Streets, which was shortlisted for the 2013 Walter Scott Prize; Curtain Call, which was chosen for Waterstones and Mail on Sunday Book Clubs; Freya, a Radio 2 Book Club choice, and Eureka.

    Photo Credit: Mark Vessey

“Klopp's story is told in an immensely readable style...Klopp isn’t just for Liverpool, Quinn writes in his final pages. He is for all of us. I reckon this book can be too.”
- Hannah Jane Parkinson, Observer
“Quinn’s highly enjoyable book makes room in a short space for a lot more than Klopp.”
- Blake Morrison, Guardian

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