Jurgen Klopp kicked out of Liverpool FC?
Jurgen Klopp is of the opinion that ‘Liverpool are not without a goal’
Jürgen Klopp believes that Liverpool have a lot of potential and are “completely full of ambition” despite their difficult start. Although the Reds have enjoyed a bit of a comeback in previous fixtures, back-to-back wins in the last two games against Man City, and West Ham have taken them nine points clear of the top team at the weekend.
Many Liverpool players and Klopp made their views on the game very clear. In fact, many players said their ‘title hopes’ were over. However, the recent double wins have instilled positivity in the minds of the players. Inquisitive Reds interviewed Klopp last Saturday ahead of their trip to Nottingham Forest. Klopp was asked to offer his goals between the current squad scenario and the upcoming World Cup break. Klopp has expressed his opinion pointing out the fact that they have little influence in the title race. The Reds play neither City nor Arsenal, but eclipse the rest. Therefore, the upcoming match expects a minimum of three points. A confident Klopp further focused on the fact that they are still part of the ‘race’. While the opposition try to impose negative remarks, whether the coach is delirious or not, the very positive Klopp offers a brighter prospect for the team. This clearly indicates that Liverpool still have hopes of catching up with the ‘title race’. It is indeed a unique season with the World Cup looming on the horizon, but the team still have plenty of opportunities. Critics believe the team are ‘sensitive’ enough to make it into the top four teams to qualify for the Champions League. Therefore, the current scenario is for the Reds to win as many of the remaining showdown games as possible. In fact, several Mobile Casino companies have been eyeing the Reds for potential endorsements and merchandise promotions.
Why should fans be optimistic about Klopp?
Klopp has enjoyed great success in his football career since his appointment on October 8, 2015. He has won six trophies including the prestigious Champions League, Carabao Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, FIFA Super Cup UEFA, the Emirates FA Cup and the Premier League. Klopp has managed over 104 players which is undoubtedly very splendid. Only the Brazilian footballer, Roberto Firmino, holds a bigger record for making as many as 330 appearances. Reds boss Klopp also saw 51 players earn scores for the daring Reds. It is assumed that Klopp has been part of 392 games so far. He has won over 244 times. In total, Klopp has already won more (244) than any Reds manager, and the big player is expected to reach 400 games. Previously, he reached a maximum of 500 league points in some matches and is often called a winner in fewer matches than any other manager in the club’s history. In fact, Klopp holds the feat of getting more goals over a span of 126 years. Moreover, he himself took charge of Liverpool in fixtures in 76 nations. Moreover, the Liverpool manager has faced around 170 different opponents, it can be said that Klopp is in a position of interest for Liverpool.
Jürgen Klopp is nominated for Freedom at Liverpool alone
Recently, Jürgen Klopp was nominated to receive the ‘Freedom of the City of Liverpool’. The Reds manager has claimed the city’s highest civic honor for his love and service to the team. The Liverpool councilor is due to discuss whether to present the award to Klopp. An interviewee is giving Reds fans insight into their manager choice. The manager was skeptical that his German background should prevent him from winning the award, as there are plenty of people in Liverpool who know the city’s rich history more than Klopp. Klopp feels the city has given him and his family a lot of love. Later, in his award-winning speech, Klopp mentions the names of several famous people who had already won the prize, such as Andrew Devine, as well as “other 96 Hillsborough victims”. Others, like Sir Kenny Dalglish, had already won the prestigious ‘Freedom of the City’ title, and Klopp considers himself lucky enough to be part of the Freedom of the City. So if his name stands alongside those and all the other recipients who bring honor to the city, Klopp considers himself even more special. He warmly appreciates the efforts of each person who have been the greatest support for him and his family.
Jürgen Klopp has given his full commitment and love to Liverpool. Although the chances of being the winner of the ‘title race’ may look bleak both for the fans and for Klopp himself, the manager envisions the team going far. On his seventh birthday with Liverpool, the 55-year-old manager claimed the other two sides Mainz and Borussia Dortmund did not provide him with the ‘seven-year itch’, despite having spent the same time frame in both. Klopp was very motivating and positive about the team who proved they are still in the race.