When Jurgen Klopp took over as Liverpool manager in October 2015, it was rightly seen as a coup. Improvement was expected, given the success at the German’s previous club Borussia Dortmund, yet the speed of which it has occurred was up for debate. Now, over a year since he took over the reigns at Anfield, 

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Jurgen Klopp even took the time out to embrace Harry Kane and utter the words “what a strike!” to the Spurs striker after his swivel-shot cancelled out Phillipe Coutinho’s opener at Anfield on Saturday evening. It was a barnstorming game and a point was fair, but the Liverpool manager would not have avoided drawing the 

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If it was any other season, Chelsea’s home win against Sunderland would have barely made the news. The Black Cats are flirting with relegation for quite some time now, while the Blues continue to flourish their trophy cabinet that got a new lease of life since Roman Abramovich revolutionized modern football. But this time is 

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Simon Mignolet looks set to keep his place in the Liverpool first team for the foreseeable future and perhaps even land a new long-term deal at Anfield despite another mistake costing his side a goal in last Sunday’s 2-2 draw against West Brom. His flapped attempt to deal with a cross in the game was 

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Almost everything has gone right for Jürgen Klopp since he strolled into Anfield two months ago. The German has charmed the Liverpool faithful with his laid back, charismatic approach not to mention some outstanding results including big wins on the road at Chelsea, Manchester City and Southampton. However Sunday’s defeat at Newcastle only served to 

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Such is the hype and excitement surrounding Jürgen Klopp and his imminent appointment as Liverpool manager that his Thursday afternoon flight from Dortmund was tracked on social media by 35,000 people. With his first press conference scheduled for 10am on Friday, Klopp has jetted to Merseyside to sign a three-year deal to succeed Brendan Rodgers 

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The level of scrutiny on Brendan Rodgers this season, having acquiesced wholesale changes to his backroom staff over the summer, was always going to be more intense having spent in excess of £70 million to improve on last year’s dismal campaign, but it still seems obscene that he should be under pressure after just five 

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So the brilliant reign of Jürgen Klopp at Borussia Dortmund is at a close as the 47 year old will bow out at the end of this season following seven years at the club. In a press conference that was held on Wednesday Klopp announced that he had not received contact from another club but 

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