Liverpool’s musical talent with Klopp on drums and Firmino’s ‘piano classes’

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has revealed all on the musical talent at the club, and it seems the Reds can almost form a band.

Alisson has cemented his place as one of the best stoppers in the world at Anfield, helping the Kopites win the Champions League and Premier League.

But it’s not just football that this successful side is talented at, it seems.

Giving a nod to Liverpool and musical royalty The Beatles, Alisson has opened up on the stars who fancy themselves a bit when it comes to producing a tune.

As well as his own guitar skills, the Brazilian’s fellow countryman Firmino is apparently no stranger to the piano, while Reds boss Klopp has previously revealed that he plays the drums.

“On one of my very first days after joining Liverpool, newcomers needed to sing a song to the group,” Alisson told FourFourTwo.

“It was karaoke time, and somehow they knew that I liked to play the guitar. I don’t know how one ended up there, but I found myself playing for them.

“It’s safer not to expect ‘the new Beatles’ coming from our side, though.

“I know Bobby Firmino had some piano classes, so he would be the pianist.

“I’m not too sure, but doesn’t the manager play the drums?

“I think that’s it, as far as I know – we’re short on material! It’s better to give us the ball instead of any musical instruments…”

Alisson also opened up on his great respect for Klopp, who has come under fire recently due to Liverpool’s sharp dip in form.

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  • “When it comes to motivating the players, Klopp is a specialist,” Alisson went on joyfully. “He always finds the right words to give us more confidence before matches – you know he has a genuine passion for the game.

    “We can all see how much he believes in his plan, and how confident he is in the players. It’s not only him, actually: Klopp has a great staff with him, and everybody is vital to keep everyone else motivated.

    “I’m convinced that we’re on the right track to achieve our goals, because the squad understands the need to fight not only for yourself, but for each other, for the manager, for the fans.

    “We’re together and depend on each other. That’s our mentality at Liverpool.”

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