'JURGEN KLOPP IS A CLOWN AND LIVERPOOL ARE A CIRCUS': REDS FAN'S PHONE-IN RANT GOES VIRAL AFTER BURNLEY DRAW

A fan called Frank took to the airwaves after seeing his side held by the Clarets at Anfield

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