After Chelsea’s defeat to Liverpool, reports have been about Chelsea’s manager, Frank Lampard’s outburst at the coaching staffs of Liverpool.
The Chelsea legend, has come under heavy criticism over the outburst from fan and even admirers.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of the last round of games in the Premier League, Lampard admitted he only regretted a part of his actions and said he didn’t mind having a beer with Klopp after the game.
“I’ve seen the video, I was there. In terms office language used, I regret it because I’ve got two young daughters on social media.
“In terms of passion to defend my team? No. I could have handled it differently but some of the reports were, I was upset with the celebrations. Far from it. They can celebrate like every goal…
“I’d have had a beer with Jurgen Klopp after the game but there were things on the bench, not from Klopp, that I felt crossed a line.
“I regret the language but we’ll move on.” Lampard said.
Meanwhile, Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp, insisted his staffs did nothing wrong and went on to explain what Lampard needs to learn.
“But what he has to learn is speaking about that after the game when the whistle has gone is not okay. Final whistle, as a real sportsperson, close the book and he didn’t do that and that is what I don’t like, honestly.
“I only speak now because he spoke afterwards,” Klopp concluded.