Rmos was signed by Klopp for Borussia Dortmund in 2014 but the two men failed to see eye-to-eye during a season the player described as a 'disaster'.
"It was good in the beginning," the Colombian told Goal. “He really wanted me on his team, but you know what kind of season it was.
"I thought I was in the wrong movie or some curse was on me. The season was a disaster.
"Unfortunately, after a few games, I hardly played anymore," he added. “Klopp trusted other players more. He said I wouldn't train well enough.
“Once he even removed me from the squad for sporting reasons. That was bitter.
"I felt it was unfair, after all, I wasn't the only player whose form was fluctuating. Yes, there are days when you don't hit the goal even in training. Is that why I am a worse player? No. It's about trust. Even though I learned a lot under Klopp, I only felt his trust at the beginning."
Following his departure, Klopp was replaced by Tuchel, leading to Ramos featuring more frequently and netting ten times in his second season.
"With Thomas, the fun and learning factor were much greater for me," said Ramos, now with America de Cali. “He taught us to bring more control into our game, but still get in depth quickly with possession. I liked his philosophy.
“It is part of football that you have a better connection with one coach than with the other. I don't blame Klopp, the season was very tough for him too."