Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp has done a monumental job at Anfield since taking over in October 2015.
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However, the north-west outfit have been on the rise ever since then. They have qualified for the Champions League in each full campaign the former Borussia Dortmund manager has spent at the club, and they have been to two finals as well. They even won the competition last term, beating Tottenham 2-0 in Madrid.
This season, they have arguably got even better. They top the Premier League with 61 points from 21 matches – that is the most any team has picked up at this stage of the season in the history of Europe’s top five leagues. Truly astonishing stuff.
Such has been Klopp’s impact on this side, former Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock believes that he is the third best manager in Premier League history, ahead of the likes of Jose Mourinho and Sir Alex Ferguson.
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— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) January 12, 2020
That is some rather huge praise, and even the Liverpool fans don’t agree. Many have questioned how he can put him above former Manchester United boss Ferguson.
A bit premature, has to be Fergie
— Ashley Smith (@Asmith2Smith) January 13, 2020
— LFC die hard (@AGUHPATRICK10) January 13, 2020
He is crazy
— FalseManenho (@Tweetalexlouis) January 13, 2020
No not at all, Fergie is the best and its really not debatable.
— Jamie Funnell (@Jamie_funnell8) January 13, 2020
It is a truly astonishing claim from the 71-year-old. Don’t forget, the Scot won 13 Premier League titles during his 27 year reign as United manager. Klopp is yet to win even one.
Even Mourinho’s position has been questioned.
Nope, Fergy won everything over an extended period, Jose has won stacks, in the PL, the others haven’t.
— Clive (@TheTHFCwebsite) January 13, 2020
Yea same hate united but fergie was boss, fergie, wenger, mourinho, pep then klopp, if we win more than 1 title under klopp i say he goes 2nd
— steven thompson (@STETOMO99) January 13, 2020
That’s it. That’s the order.
— _ (@ManLikeJezza) January 13, 2020
Not sure how he can put him ahead of Ferguson or Mourinho without winning a title
— Tim Gale (@TimGale031181) January 13, 2020
Again, the Portuguese manager is one of the most successful managers of the Premier League era with three titles. Surely Klopp has to much such records to be mentioned amongst such company?
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If this list is revisited in a few more years, there may be more fans in agreement.
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