Because of the success of Liverpool FC, the Reds supporters have written a new song about coach Jürgen Klopp with “I’m so glad”. Text, melody, meaning – SPOX provides you with information about the fan song.
Jürgen Klopp has been the manager of Liverpool FC since October 2015. In the almost seven years that the German spent on the sidelines at Liverpool, success followed success. The 54-year-old won the Champions League with the Reds in the 2018/19 season, and then the long-awaited 19th championship title in the club’s history the following season. League Cup and UEFA Supercup are already in his trophy cabinet.
In the current season, Klopp and Liverpool even have the chance to win all possible titles. In the Champions League you are in the semi-finals, where the opponent is FC Villarreal, in the FA Cup even in the final (opponent is Chelsea FC). In the Premier League, the Reds are currently going head-to-head with defending champions Manchester City. With seven laps to go, the two top teams are separated by just one point, with City leading ahead of Liverpool. In addition, as coach of the LFC, Klopp was twice named World Club Coach of the Year.
With all the achievements and trophies, it’s no surprise that Klopp enjoys a high level of popularity among Liverpool fans. How popular the native of Stuttgart is can also be seen from the chants of the Reds supporters.
Jürgen Klopp: Song for the Liverpool coach – text, melody, meaning
The latest fan song to have the crowds singing in the stands is called “I’m so glad” and uses the melody of the famous Beatles song “I Feel Fine”. This is the text:
“I’m so glad that Jurgen is a Red. I’m so glad he delivered what he said. Jürgen said to me, you know. We’ll win the Premier League, you know. He said so. I’m in love with him and I feel fine.”
translated into German:
“I’m so happy that Jürgen is a red. I’m so glad he delivered what he said. Jürgen said to me, you know. We’re going to win the Premier League, you know. He said so. I’m in love with him and I feel good.”
The song has no deep meaning. It mainly serves as a token of appreciation for one of the most successful coaches in club history. That’s why “I Feel Fine” will certainly be heard loudly at the end of the season in the home Anfield Stadium, but also at away games.
Jürgen Klopp: His coaching career at a glance
1 x Champions League Winner (18/19), 1 x English Champion (19/20), 1 x FIFA Club World Champion (19/20), 1 x English League Cup Winner (21/22), 1 x UEFA Super Cup Winner (19th /20)
2 x German Champion (10/11, 11/12), 1 x German Cup Winner (11/12), 2 x German Super Cup Winner (13/14, 14/15)