Sunday, May 10, 2020

Pulisic forever grateful to Klopp

Christian Pulisïc says he would forever be grateful to Liverpool’s Manager Jurgen Klopp for handing him his competitive debut at Dortmund.

The Young American was 17 years when he was brought to the books by the Black and Yellows and he says working with the likes of Reus, Mhkitaryan and Aubameyang was “unreal”.

Pulisic told 13&MEpodcast about how his competitive bow happened:

“The craziest thing is people don’t realise I started out in the youth teams over there. I was just working hard for that one opportunity I could get,” 


“I was going to German school over there and I will never forget that one day I was in class and I looked at my phone and it was a text from my youth coach saying you are training with the first team tonight. The rest of the day I wasn’t even paying attention. I couldn’t think of anything else.


“I’m getting ready, going to training and it’s just unreal I was 16 or 17 and I’m going in the warm-up and there’s huge names at the time. There’s Aubameyang, Marco Reus, Matts Hummels, Mkhitaryan.


 All these guys and they were just in the Champions League final the year before.

“It’s like I’m going in and I’m just this 16-year-old kid. I was thinking just do my best.


“I was just so excited and I’m just thankful to Jurgen Klopp that he gave me that opportunity. I’ll take that with me forever and I’m really grateful.”


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