WatchKlopp, Elliott, Gakpo, Lijnders and Inglethorpe star in new 'The Reds Roundtable' series with Standard Chartered

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Watch as members of the Liverpool FC management and players discuss favourite moments, greatest lessons and best advice in the first of a new series, 'The Reds Roundtable', produced with LFC principal partner Standard Chartered.

Set against the backdrop of St George's Hall in Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp is joined for the intimate chat by assistant manager Pepijn Lijnders, Academy director Alex Inglethorpe and players Harvey Elliott and Cody Gakpo.

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  • Watch the first episode of the new 'The Reds Roundtable' series, in association with Standard Chartered, above

In a must-watch discussion for supporters, when Klopp is asked for his favourite moment, he says: "Barcelona [in 2019]. It's difficult to replace because there was no chance and we did it anyway.

"It's such a good example for what is possible in football. It doesn't mean it's likely to happen but it's possible and that's really enough to know there's a chance. The corner; it's the most ridiculous football moment I've ever witnessed."

Meanwhile, Lijnders reveals his happiness at working alongside a manager that has changed the club and is leaving a legacy behind.

Elliott and Gakpo discuss their development from youngsters to top-class players, and Inglethorpe admits his surprise at the dramatic rise of some Academy players to the men's senior team.

The series concentrates on the themes of championing potential, resilience, ambition and building a legacy, and will provide incredible insights from inside the game.

The content is also available with Spanish audio via the Liverpool FC YouTube channel, a first for the club working alongside a partner.



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