Jurgen Klopp’s wife Ulla Sandrock makes generous gesture at local supermarket | OneFootball

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·23 April 2020

Jurgen Klopp’s wife Ulla Sandrock makes generous gesture at local supermarket

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Ulla Sandrock makes a generous gesture at local supermarket

According to the Daily Mail, Jurgen Klopp’s wife Ulla Sandrock has made a generous gesture to the workers of Waitrose store in Liverpool.

She handed out £1,000 worth of food vouchers to supermarket staff as a gesture of thanks for working on the frontline amidst the coronavirus pandemic.


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Ulla visited the store situated in Formby and immediately began giving staff on the shop floor vouchers worth £50 each. She is believed to have distributed 20 of these vouchers. They were collected by the management and handed out evenly to all staff. (h/t Daily Mail)

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The German author’s gesture was well received by the staff who were happy to see their efforts recognized. Klopp and his wife stay in the area and maintain a low profile. However, they are involved in maintaining strong links in the local community.

Ulla’s gesture was not an attempt at gaining attention to herself but rather her way of saying thank you to the store workers. They are part of the nation’s response to the pandemic and have formed a significant part of our frontline response alongside the NHS.

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Liverpool also showcased their support for the NHS by emblazoning ‘NHS’ followed by ‘YNWA’ on the Anfield turf. The gesture was made to show appreciation and gratitude for the heroism of health professionals and other key workers during these challenging times.

The club also launched an initiative known as LFC Connect. Its aim is to encourage elderly people around the community to keep in touch and share any issues or worries they have.

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Ulla’s gesture was thoughtful and directly helpful to the workers at Waitrose. All of us can do what we can to make the lives of these first responders easier. It’s nice of her to do her bit.

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