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Because Jurgen Klopp said so, the Liverpool players have given Alexis Mac Allister a new name.The Liverpool players now call Alexis

Mac Allister by a different name because Jurgen Klopp did this.Mac Allister left Brighton & Hove Albion in early June when his £35 million release clause was triggered. He was the first of four players that the club bought this summer.The World Cup winner has settled in well on Merseyside. He has played a part in all five of Liverpool’s games, which has helped them earn 13 points out of a possible 15. Not long after getting back from Bolivia in the wee hours of Thursday, Klopp put Mac Allister back in the starting position for Wolves on Saturday lunchtime. The Argentinian player has said that his friends have been making fun of him about his relationship with his manager.

 

There is no doubt that the friendship is a 10 out of 10. Apple told La Nacion, “Everything is easier and works perfectly when you first get there.” I had just gotten there. Many of my team mates make fun of me because they say he’s already “my dad!”He is very charismatic and always wants to get close to the players, so the bond with him is perfect. It has crazy parts that you might see in a game that make you laugh out loud. He’s fun to work with, which makes me happy.

 

“Why do you call him ‘dad’?” My fellow South American Ali Becker played in the most recent game after we got back from the national team, but he hadn’t played in Brazil. That made me the only South American to have done so. After that, Darwin Nunez and Lucho went to the bench.

 

People said, “Then they told me Klopp was my dad and couldn’t take me off the team because he played in all the games. That’s what made me mad!”Even without the jokes, the relationship is great. “He is a person I respect, and I respect him a lot. I hope he keeps being this way so I can continue to learn from him on the field,” the player said.There were about six months between when Mac Allister joined Liverpool and when he helped Argentina win the World Cup in Qatar for the first time since 1986. He thinks that being successful has made people respect him more as a player.

 

“Obviously from Qatar, I feel like everyone respects me more as a player,” he said. That’s what everyone who plays the game goes through. As you might expect, people respect you more off the field than they do on it when you’re a world winner.

 

There isn’t much thought in my life, but I can tell that people really like me and the way I live. I’ve always been a good team player who treats everyone with respect. I think that was very important from the very first moment I got to Liverpool. Because of this, I now think the group has grown, even though it’s only been two or three months.It is very important to always treat people with care. I try to stay the same, be myself, and treat everyone with care. I really don’t care much about how other people see me.

 

Wearing No. 10 makes me very happy. There is a huge amount of fun. I jumped at the chance to wear the number 10 because it is so important in football history and the past of a team as big as Liverpool.

 

For that reason, I keep learning and growing so that I can best show it. That’s what I think is most important, and it will make me even happier in the long run.

 

The Reds player also said that Liverpool fans are like the extremely rowdy Boca Juniors fans in Argentina, where Mac Allister spent the 2019–20 season on loan.

 

He said, “I think there are many similarities between what Boca and Liverpool stand for in terms of fervor, fan base, and club grandeur.” Because of this, I’m sure that going through Boca helped my job.

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WHOLE BLOODBecause Jurgen Klopp said so, the Liverpool players have given Alexis Mac Allister a new name.It came out 5 months ago, on September 19, 2023.Written by George Agada

 

Because Jurgen Klopp said so, the Liverpool players have given Alexis Mac Allister a new name.

Because Jurgen Klopp said so, the Liverpool players have given Alexis Mac Allister a new name.

 

 

Mac Allister talks about how his fellow Liverpool players make fun of him because he is friends with Klopp, the new manager.

The midfielder says that Jurgen Klopp and Alexis Mac Allister have a “perfect” relationship. He also says that his friends have started to joke that Klopp is their father.

 

 

Mac Allister left Brighton & Hove Albion in early June when his £35 million release clause was triggered. He was the first of four players that the club bought this summer.

 

 

The World Cup winner has settled in well on Merseyside. He has played a part in all five of Liverpool’s games, which has helped them earn 13 points out of a possible 15. Not long after getting back from Bolivia in the wee hours of Thursday, Klopp put Mac Allister back in the starting position for Wolves on Saturday lunchtime. The Argentinian player has said that his friends have been making fun of him about his relationship with his manager.

 

There is no doubt that the friendship is a 10 out of 10. Apple told La Nacion, “Everything is easier and works perfectly when you first get there.” I had just gotten there. Many of my team mates make fun of me because they say he’s already “my dad!”

 

He is very charismatic and always wants to get close to the players, so the bond with him is perfect. It has crazy parts that you might see in a game that make you laugh out loud. He’s fun to work with, which makes me happy.

 

“Why do you call him ‘dad’?” My fellow South American Ali Becker played in the most recent game after we got back from the national team, but he hadn’t played in Brazil. That made me the only South American to have done so. After that, Darwin Nunez and Lucho went to the bench.

 

They said, “Then they told me Klopp was my dad and couldn’t take me off the team because he had played in all the games. That’s what made me mad!”

 

The player said, “But despite all the jokes, the relationship is amazing. He is a person I respect, and I respect him a lot. I hope he keeps it up, so I can keep learning from him on the field.”

 

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There were about six months between when Mac Allister joined Liverpool and when he helped Argentina win the World Cup in Qatar for the first time since 1986. He thinks that being successful has made people respect him more as a player.

 

“Obviously from Qatar, I feel like everyone respects me more as a player,” he said. That’s what everyone who plays the game goes through. As you might expect, people respect you more off the field than they do on it when you’re a world winner.

 

There isn’t much thought in my life, but I can tell that people really like me and the way I live. I’ve always been a good team player who treats everyone with respect. I think that was very important from the very first moment I got to Liverpool. Because of this, I now think the group has grown, even though it’s only been two or three months.

 

It is very important to always treat people with care. I try to stay the same, be myself, and treat everyone with care. I really don’t care much about how other people see me.

 

Wearing No. 10 makes me very happy. There is a huge amount of fun. I jumped at the chance to wear the number 10 because it is so important in football history and the past of a team as big as Liverpool.

 

For that reason, I keep learning and growing so that I can best show it. That’s what I think is most important, and it will make me even happier in the long run.

 

The Reds player also said that Liverpool fans are like the extremely rowdy Boca Juniors fans in Argentina, where Mac Allister spent the 2019–20 season on loan.

 

He said, “I think there are many similarities between what Boca and Liverpool stand for in terms of fervor, fan base, and club grandeur.” Because of this, I’m sure that going through Boca helped my job.

 

“I think it’s because I found a big club where you live like a family that I quickly got used to Liverpool.” Personally, I think it’s great because everyone is humble, there are great exchanges between people, and the staff helps you with everything and cares about you.

 

“That’s what I stress the most, and I think that’s why, in two or three months, I’ve felt like I belonged to the group, like I was in the club.” People who work as cooks and physiotherapists have both been very helpful to me.

 

“See, I ran into Javier Mascherano the other day. She said nice things to him while she was working in the kitchen, which made us laugh. She’s probably around 90 years old. From the outside, Liverpool may not look like a big family, but these little things mean a lot.

 

 

 

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