When Jurgen Klopp was appointed Liverpool manager in October 2015, not many supporters would have predicted just how far the German coach would take the club, and even now it seems quite incredible the heights the Reds have reached since then.
You know what’s mad? There’s 36 points left for #LFC to win and we only need 15 to be crowned Premier League champions. What Klopp has done for this club absolutely cannot be overstated. A legend. pic.twitter.com/Td3RwCEEMP
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) February 20, 2020
Liverpool stand on the verge of a first Premier League title since the restructuring of the English top-flight and could well be the second team in that era to claim the championship undefeated, something many pundits and fans thought was impossible since Arsene Wenger’s 2003/03 Arsenal team pulled off the incredible feat.
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Yet that is the dreamland Liverpool supporters find themselves in, with 15 points needed now for the Reds to lift the Premier League trophy, and lots of fans have been taking to social media to praise Klopp for the project he has executed and the culture he has developed at the club since his arrival four years ago.
Here’s what many Liverpool supporters had to say on Twitter about their manager…
He can have Phil’s statue 👀
— Lee (@leeweystol) February 20, 2020
Already a legend when he brought us to European stage final THREE times and win the big one once. And now he is potentially bringing PL trophy in a record time xD
— Putra Septiadi (@putraseptiadii) February 20, 2020
Love, love, LOVE this man!!
— Callum McArthur (@GingerNutRanger) February 20, 2020
The definition of class and a legend in his own time. klopp is sensational.
— Pioneer Nuggets (@PioneerNuggets) February 20, 2020
Legend is an understatement..
— majedmimi (@majedmimi) February 20, 2020
He’s the answer of our prays..
— Abadi Insan (@abadiinsan) February 20, 2020
Klopp will seemingly be aiming to win the league undefeated as well as with a record points total set by Manchester City in the 2017/18 season.