The Liverpool manager is taking some time to try a new sport during the international break
Jurgen Klopp has some free time on his hands at the moment, given that it's the international break, so he decided to head off to a local bowls club to tick another sport off his "bucket list," as he dubbed it himself.
The Liverpool manager joined a number of players at the Holy Trinity Sports Club who are all fans of the football club and season ticket holders, as they taught him how to play the game and put a few questions to him on how he has enjoyed his first year in charge at Anfield.
Klopp revealed that he first came across the game of bowls during his time in school, when he was on an exchange program in Luton, and has always wanted to try his hand at it.
This wasn't the only video that Liverpool have released over the last few days either, as they have been happily marking the manager's first year at the club with a look back over some of his best moments to date.
Safe to say he'll never cut it in the movie business, but he at least is able to have a laugh with the rest of the fans when Lucas Leiva tries shooting from distance.
An entertaining first year under the boss! 😄 pic.twitter.com/XEeV6V7pLC— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 8, 2016