Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp made an impassioned speech on the scheduling of Premier League fixtures after his side were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw at Brighton in Saturday’s 12:30pm kick-off slot.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at other rants delivered by Premier League managers over the years.
Keegan would “love it”
Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan reacted angrily to Sir Alex Ferguson’s mind games in the closing stages of the season during May 1996. With Manchester United requiring only a draw in their final game to clinch the title, Keegan raged: “We have not resorted to that. I’ll tell you now because he’ll be watching this – we’re still fighting for this title and he’s still got to go to Middlesbrough and get something. I’d love it if we beat them. Love it.”
Joe blows like a volcano
Big Ron hits back at “silly machines”
Fergie: I wouldn’t sell Real a virus
Rafa sets out the facts
Wenger irked by “wrong information”
Wenger and Mourinho trade blows