09272020

Jurgen Klopp discusses his post-Liverpool plans/ Tsimikas returns to training ahead of Chelsea


Klopp’s Liverpool stint

Jurgen Klopp took the reins at Liverpool back in October of 2015, shortly after parting ways with Borussia Dortmund.

The German inherited a squad that, at the time, wasn’t exactly viewed as being of ‘top-four’ caliber.

However, after several years of investment, Klopp has managed to turn the Reds into one of the most formidable sides in not only England, but all of Europe.

Liverpool missed out on their first-ever Premier League title by a single point last year, though Klopp nevertheless guided his side to a 6th Championship League title with a victory over Tottenham.

Then, in 2019/20, Klopp and co. finally ended Liverpool’s 30-year wait for domestic glory.

The Merseyside outfit notched a club-record 99 points in the Premier League, the second-highest total in the history of the competition, to secure the English top-flight crown.

The Reds have since kicked off the current season in typically entertaining fashion, with a 4-3 victory over Leeds at Anfield.