Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp lays down law after Mamadou Sakho Snapchat social media storm
Jurgen Klopp has reminded his players that he will not tolerate any social media outbursts against the club in the wake of Mamadou Sakho’s Snapchat meltdown.
The Liverpool squad were gathered together after Sakho accused the club of spreading lies about him through his Snapchat on Saturday.
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Klopp was reportedly enraged to discover Sakho had hit out at Liverpool and himself and was even more angry that the defender... read more
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