The Liverpool manager has questioned Gary Neville's suitability as a TV pundit by making a reference to his short-lived career as a manager after Loris Karius was criticised for his recent displays by Neville and the ex-Manchester United defender's brother Phil.
"He showed he struggled with the job to judge players so why do we let him talk about players on TV? The pundits, former players most of them, have forgotten completely how it felt when they got criticised.
Especially the Neville brothers; the one who was the manager, he obviously should know that too much criticism never helps. But he is not interested in helping a Liverpool player I can imagine, but that makes things he says not make more sense.
I don't listen to them. I am pretty sure [fellow Sky pundit] Jamie Carragher doesn't speak too positively about Manchester United players.
Obviously the Neville brothers don't like Liverpool. By the way, you can tell him I am not on Twitter so if he wants to tell me something Twitter doesn't help."
So what does Gary the thicko do? He does use Twitter to make an even bigger arsehole of himself. He twatted:
"Haha. I'm not a chef but I know a good steak!"
As ever, he has missed a vital part here. Klopp as a German and non-natural (?) English speaker (although he could run rings around Neville in a second language any day of the week) simply used the word "chef" to mean "boss".
I can't find the quote from Klopp but I bet you anything you like that's what was intended and the dim-witted response shows exactly why Neville should be off air. He is too stupid to comment.