The Liverpool Echo reports that Ulla visited the Waitrose store in Formby and immediately started giving staff £ 50 vouchers as a thank you.
His efforts were appreciated by supermarket staff who are normally working in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
In total, Ulla is said to have distributed 20 vouchers worth £ 50 each.
Later, the store managers asked that all the vouchers be given to them so that they could be shared evenly across the team.
A staff member said, “It was an incredible thing to do.
“In general, Ulla did not want to fuss or receive any recognition, and just wanted people working in stores to get the recognition they deserve. “
A store spokesperson told ECHO, “Our Formby team is incredibly grateful for the support and understanding shown by everyone who has visited our store, but we would always respect the privacy of our customers. “
The move follows another similar donation to Tesco supermarket in Formby, where a customer received two £ 50 vouchers from someone linked to the Liverpool Football Club.
Despite their low profile, Ulla and Jurgen maintain close ties with their local community.
The Liverpool manager admitted to Sky Sports The Football Show that the lockout was not unusual for him, as he rarely ventures further than the club’s training ground.
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Offering a glimpse into his personal life, Klopp said, “My life hasn’t changed too much to be honest, I usually can’t go out, my private life if I can go to Melwood for 8, 9, 10 hours will be the same thing because at home it’s always the same thing that we don’t go to restaurants and things like that, so it hasn’t changed too much.
“But of course, I’m bored, the boys are short of football. I regret for everyone that they can have their normal life, so it doesn’t matter how I feel because I’m used to locking, private locking if you want. But I can imagine for the people there, it’s much more difficult. ”