The Anfield out were in big trouble when the former Borussia Dortmund boss took chargeback in 2015. They were without a league title for more than two decades and never won the Premier League at that time.
However, since his arrival, Liverpool has won almost every title apart from the F.A Cup. Klopp helped the Reds in winning their first Premier League title and also won the Champions League back in 2019.
The Merseyside club will have the chance to make up for their previous mistakes and win the F.A Cup title this term. As they have reached the final of this competition for the first time under the German boss’ regime. The Reds will face Chelsea in the final.
Meanwhile, Liverpool established itself as the superpower of European football during this period. And they are currently fighting for quadruple, having already won the EFL Cup this season.
The Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas is fascinated by Liverpool’s consistency and gave full credit to Jurgen Klopp for the Reds’ current situation. He said:
“Even though they are competing against one of the best teams in the last few years in Man City, it must be so exciting being a Liverpool fan the last couple of years. What Klopp has created around the club it’s actually amazing and you can feel the energy in every game. A role model.”
Is Klopp the perfect ‘role model’ for other clubs as Cesc Fabregas mentioned?
Jurgen Klopp has been showcasing his managerial prowess since his time at Mainz. Meanwhile, he had done a great job at Signal Iduna Park with Borussia Dortmund.
The German giants won two titles under Klopp’s guidance and since then Bayern Munich has won 10 consecutive Bundesliga titles. Meanwhile, BVB also played in the Champions League final when the Liverpool boss was their manager. However, they just fell short to fellow German side Bayern Munich.
So, Klopp has shown his qualities wherever he has managed so far in his career. And the Liverpool fans will be hoping that the German boss will stay at the club as long as possible.
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