The two brothers Chris and Callum from Dublin are both hardcore Liverpool fans. His younger brother Callum died of illness not long ago. His brother Chris was very sad. He decided to write to the coach Klopp to express his and his brother’s Liverpool loves deeply, but he unexpectedly received a letter from Liverpool coach Klopp. The fan expressed his excitement and surprise.
Chris Ryan (25 years old) from Blackrock, Dublin, lost his brother Callum McGarvey (12 years old) to an asthma attack three years ago. His love for Liverpool is the one of the two brothers. A strong bond between. When Liverpool won the league title, Chris was moved to write a letter to the club telling his story.
来自都柏林黑石市的Chris Ryan（25岁）三年前因哮喘发作失去了哥哥Callum McGarvey（12岁）。他对利物浦的爱是两个兄弟之一。两者之间的牢固纽带。利物浦夺得联赛冠军后，克立博官网是多少里斯被感动写信给俱乐部，讲述了自己的故事。
Chris said: "Liverpool Football Club has given me more than anyone knows. The memories and love between me and my brother Callum are unique. This is not just a football club, we are a big family."
At Callum's funeral, his family sang the club's chant "You Will Never Walk Alone" together, and now Chris revealed that the Reds coach Klopp has responded to his letter.
Chris told the Herald: "I came home on Sunday and found this letter. I was shocked. I never expected Klopp to reply to me."
"For a coach with a game schedule, taking time to reply to my letter, I think it is very meaningful to me."
In the letter, Klopp expressed his condolences for the death of Chris' brother.
"First of all, thank you for taking the time to tell Callum's story."
"Obviously, as a brother, you love him very much and you will continue to love him.
"Callum is a very special person, so I really appreciate the opportunity to get to know him."
Klopp said: "He is often reminded by fans of his loyalty to the club. Callum was once a member of Liverpool and is still one of them."
"I wish I had the right words to comfort you, but I did not. But I can tell you that we are thinking of your family all the time, and all our efforts are for fans like Callum, who I gave everything for Liverpool."
Klopp said: "I hope Chris can take comfort from the moments they shared as brothers, whether it is following Liverpool or other teams."
"After reading your letter, I can say with certainty that he means a lot to you, and you mean a lot to him. I thank you for sharing this with me."
Klopp wrote: "Please take care of yourself and pass on my thoughts and best wishes to your family."
He wrote at the end of the letter: "You will never walk alone."
Chris said he wanted to share the letter Klopp wrote to him, and he felt honored to be part of the club's big family.
"This is amazing. It shows how important fans are to football. My family, my aunt, and my uncle are now Liverpool fans.
Chris said: "It is very difficult to write this letter. Liverpool won the league title. You know how special it is. There is atmosphere and joy around the club. But it also gave me the strength and determination to complete the task. , I just want to do this for Callum."