Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte might be a little bit too cool to indulge in the type of slanging matches that the club’s former bosses Rafael Benitez and Jose Mourinho used to revel in, but the simple fact is that the sheer volume of matches between the Reds and Blues in the late part of the 2000s has made both sets of fans turn against each other.

They simply don’t get on, but what about the people involved?

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It’s usually eventful when these two meet.

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Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte go head-to-head again (Image: Getty Images Europe)
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May 11, 2003: Chelsea beat Liverpool 2-1 on the final day of the season to pip the Reds to the top four and save the club from financial ruin, as Roman Abramovich arrives

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Jesper Gronkjaer’s winner ushered in the Roman Abramovich era at Chelsea (Image: Getty Images)

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Jesper Gronkjaer: “I remember the goal very well. I was on the right wing when we got a throw-in, but instead of passing I cut in from the right and beat three or four defenders before sticking it in the other corner.

“It was a massive game for Chelsea. We all knew what we were playing for. I remember the stories about our financial situation.

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