Liverpool’s Europa League Augsburg have offered visiting fans a “scouse/German” translation guide to help their trip to Germany pass off smoothly.
As the clubs prepare to face each other in the first leg of their Europa League tie on Thursday, Augsburg tweeted “a little something to help our @LFC friends out & about in Augsburg, and perhaps even #Klopp back at home.”
Among the translations provided for the visiting supporters are: Mi head’s chocka which apparently translates as Ich kann nicht klar denken and Givin it bifters which in German means Dein Bestes geben.
A translation from scouse to English cannot be far away.
— FC Augsburg (@FCA_World) February 17, 2016
Coincidentally, Liverpool’s German coach Jürgen Klopp, was given one-on-one lessons in some key scouse terminology by a young Liverpool fan last year.