Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp pays touching tribute to Reds legend Ray Clemence


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has paid tribute to Reds legend Ray Clemence, who has passed away aged 72. Clemence spent 13 seasons at Liverpool, helping them win five league titles, three European Cups and three UEFA Cups.

Clemence eventually left Liverpool for Tottenham in 1981 and retired from playing after seven seasons in north London.

Klopp is among those to have paid tribute to Clemence, with the Liverpool boss calling him “one of the reasons our club is such a special one all these years later”.

He said: “This is an extremely sad moment for everyone associated with Liverpool FC and we, as the current team and management, send all our love to the family.

“We should never forget it is great players who make great teams and clubs.

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