Jurgen Klopp - Great Football Managers Want Character Too!

By Jatinder Singh, Associate Partner, Lighthouse International

Modern football isn’t a sport that most people associate with strong character ethics, especially with so many stories of footballers (or its administrators) behaving badly over the last decade. It’s now a sport where it’s common for promising young players to be making tens of thousands of pounds every week and the top stars half a million pounds per week. This can lead to big personalities and egos getting in the way of the true character of the game - doing it for the love of the game and not the money - to play for the team and for the fans.