Liverpool dinner descends into chaos as Klopp’s coach aces Vanilla Ice rap

A dinner between the Liverpool squad and staff descended into carnage when coach Yinka Ademuyiwa rapped every word of Ice, Ice Baby.

Often a time for team bonding and getting up to speed, this year's pre-season tour has taken place in Austria with the Reds set to take on RB Salzburg next. But while the days are full of hard work, the evenings give the players a chance to blow off some steam.

And this week, it has led to an incredible video of one member of Jurgen Klopp's team, who gave the performance of a lifetime by singing Vanilla Ice's classic hip-hop tune. Ademuyiwa made quite the scene by nailing every word, which led to some chaos among the Liverpool squad.

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In particular, Ibrahima Konate, Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita could be spotted absolutely loving the rap. Towards the back, Luis Diaz and Kostas Tsimikas were spotted dancing in the aisles while the crowd could be heard chanting: "We want more!"

Ademuyiwa has been around Liverpool's first-team since 2021 as part of the kit coordination team but has already become a popular member of the staff with the players. And he has recently admitted he is at the club nearly everyday due to his love for the team.

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"I've got the first team and the 23s, which I am around, and I still can't believe it!" he said. "I'm always in work, even on my days off! [people say to me] 'who goes into work when they're meant to be off!?' But I love it. It's an amazing place.

"We get to play staff five-a-sides, which is just surreal. I remember one [game] and (Claudio) Taffarel was in goal and the ball came across, so I've headed it and put in the top corner, so I was running around like: 'yes!'"


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