Jurgen Klopp was angered by Didi Hamman after the former midfielder criticized Klopp’s assistant, Pep Ljinders, on social media. Hamman also took aim at Thomas Tuchel, implying that he was seeking a move to La Liga, leading to further tension. Despite apologizing for his comments, both Klopp and Tuchel have shown little willingness to reconcile with him. Didi Hamman, a former player for Bayern Munich and Liverpool, made significant contributions during his playing career, including a pivotal role in Liverpool’s 2005 Champions League victory.
However, since retiring in 2011, he has been known for being outspoken, often criticizing personnel at Liverpool. Klopp, in response to Hamman’s comments, sharply criticized the former player and expressed his displeasure with the situation. He dismissed Hamman’s remarks and questioned his credibility, stating that playing for Liverpool did not give him the right to make unfounded comments. Hamman’s latest clash with a high-profile manager involved Thomas Tuchel, whom he accused of angling for a move to Barcelona.
Although Hamman has since apologized for his comments, Tuchel remains unmoved, expressing his disregard for the apology and stating that it holds no relevance to him.