Jurgen Klopp is well aware he can look unusual in the dugout and on the touchline when emotions get the better of him.
Liverpool ’s charismatic manager is renowned for wearing his heart on his sleeve.
And the 53-year-old has no intent of changing his persona which has earned him fans across world football.
The German has led Liverpool to Champions League and Premier League glory during the past 18 months.
And while fans aren’t able to see his behaviour in person at present, Klopp’s passion is still evident through TVs.
Back in his Borussia Dortmund days in particular, though, Klopp caught the eye on more than one occasion perhaps going too far.
In new film The End Of The Storm, Klopp said: “The most obvious thing is people see me very animated constantly, grinding my teeth and pointing.
"I cannot look overnight like The Thinker, standing out there like this [adopts Rodin pose] and everybody thinks obviously something must be going on in his mind.
“At specific moments I still look like a complete idiot on the sidelines, I know that.
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“I still have the most red cards, or certainly the most fines, as a manager in the history of the Bundesliga.
“Irony doesn’t help. Referees cannot really deal with that.
“I think it was my first red card as a manager.
“I went to the assistant referee and I said: ‘How many wrong decisions are allowed? Because if it’s 15 we have one left.’
“He raised his flag, and whoosh, I was already on my way to the stands. But I can’t sit down.”
Klopp will be sitting at home seething during the international break following the news regarding Joe Gomez.
The Reds manager has lost another one of his defenders to injury, with the England star having sustained a serious knee issue while training on Wednesday morning.