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J rgen Klopp 10 March 2018. J rgen Klopp Personal information J rgen Norbert Klopp (  (  listen); born 16 June 1967) is a German footballmanager and former professional player who is the current manager of Premier League club Liverpool. Klopp spent most of his 15-year playing career at Mainz 05, before going on to become their longest-serving manager from 2001 to 2008, during which time they achieved promotion to the Bundesliga. In 2008, Klopp joined Borussia Dortmund, leading them to back-to-back Bundesliga wins in 2011 and 2012, as well as the DFB-Pokal in 2012, the DFL-Supercup in 2013 and 2014, and their second appearance in a UEFA Champions League final in 2013. Klopp won the German Football Manager of the Year in 2011 and 2012, before leaving Dortmund in 2015 having also become their longest-serving manager. In October 2015, he became manager of Liverpool, whom he led to the finals of the League Cup and UEFA Europa League in his first season. Contents 55 His debut was a 0–0 away draw with Tottenham Hotspur on 17 October 2015. 56 On 28 October 2015, Klopp secured his first win as Liverpool manager against Bournemouth in the League Cup to secure a place in the quarter-finals. 57 His first Premier League win came three days later, a 3–1 away victory against Chelsea. 58 After three 1–1 draws in the opening matches of the UEFA Europa League, Liverpool defeated Rubin Kazan with 1–0 in Klopp's first win in Europe as a Liverpool manager. On 6 February 2016, he missed a Premier League match to have an appendectomy after suffering a suspected appendicitis. 60 On 28 February 2016, Liverpool lost the 2016 League Cup Final at Wembley Stadium against Manchester City 3–1 on penalties. 61 On 17 March 2016, Klopp's Liverpool progressed to the quarter-final of the UEFA Europa League by defeating Manchester United 3–1 on aggregate. 62 On 14 April 2016, Liverpool fought back from a 3–1 second half deficit in the second leg of their quarter-final match against his former club, Borussia Dortmund, to win 4–3, advancing to the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League 5–4 on aggregate. 63 On 5 May 2016, Klopp guided Liverpool to a first European final since 2007 by beating Villarreal 3–1 on aggregate in the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League. 64 In the final, Liverpool faced Sevilla, losing 1–3 with Daniel Sturridge scoring the opening goal for Liverpool in the first half. On 8 July 2016, Klopp and his coaching staff signed six-year extensions to their deals keeping them at Liverpool until 2022. 66 On 21 May 2017, Liverpool qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2014–15 after winning 3–0 against Middlesbrough and finishing 4th in the 2016–17 Premier League. Media career edit In 2005, Klopp appeared as a regular expert commentator on the German television networkZDF, giving his views on games of the Germany national team. 68 He worked as a match analyst during the 2006 World Cup, for which he received the Deutscher Fernsehpreis in the category of best sports show in October 2006, and also Euro 2008. "I'm back in the race," he said at the start of the conference.

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"It's the biggest honour I can imagine, one of the biggest clubs in the world. I've been given the opportunity to help in this situation, but it's not so difficult as some people in this room think. " Asked what attracted him to the job, Klopp said: "The intensity of football, how people live for football. It's not a normal, usual club, it's a special club.  I had two very special clubs before and this role is the perfect next step for me. Who stands to gain from Jurgen Klopp's arrival? 1/7 Mamadou Sakho Perhaps the best example of tension between Rodgers and the committee джаст это. Who stands to gain from Jurgen Klopp's arrival? 1/7 Mamadou Sakho Perhaps the best example of tension between Rodgers and the committee. The Frenchman is, comfortably, one of the two best centre-backs at the club yet the calamitous Dejan Lovren was often preferred. Klopp should finally give Sakho a fair crack of the whip. 2015 Liverpool FC 2/7 Alberto Moreno He can be a bit hare-brained but Moreno offers attacking width, something this squad majorly lacks. The left-back was often out of the side under Rodgers but should be Klopp's Merseyside equivalent of Marcel Schmelzer. 2015 Getty Images 3/7 Christian Benteke Rodgers fought tooth and nail for the former Aston Villa man, despite Fenway Sports Group's reservations. So far, it has looked like a decent signing, despite the Belgian's recent hamstring injury. Klopp could use him in the same way he used Robert Lewandowski, another strong, pacey, powerful front man. 4/7 Roberto Firmino The Brazilian's performances in the Bundesliga registered on Klopp's radar and he was on occasion linked to Borussia Dortmund. If Liverpool's new manager can find a role for Firmino, you would expect him to start showing why he is the club's third most expensive signing. 5/7 Divock Origi One journalist on the Liverpool beat recently described Origi as "so raw you might catch salmonella poisoning just watching him". The £11m Belgian signed on the back of a half-decent World Cup showing but he is far from the finished article. Rodgers sent him out on loan last year. Will Klopp give him more of a go? 2015 Getty Images 6/7 Lazar Markovic Widely thought of as a committee signing, the winger is currently on loan at Fenerbahce. Last year, he showed talent in moments but was often utilised at wing-back by Rodgers. A return would only come next season but could he be Klopp's new Marco Reus? Let's not carried away.

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. . 2015 Getty Images 7/7 Mario Balotelli Maybe we haven't seen the last of Super Mario in a Liverpool shirt? Brendan Rodgers ruled out signing the Italian maverick last year only to complete the deal weeks later. After a torrid year at Anfield, he's now on loan at former club AC Milan. However, if his recent tweets are anything to go by, he may fancy a return youtubemusic.club/p/kazino-vegas. However, if his recent tweets are anything to go by, he may fancy a return. Getty Images "You have to change from doubter to believer. We have to change our performance because nobody is satisfied at the moment. " The subject of player recruitment had been a sore one for Klopp's predecessor Brendan Rodgers, with the much-maligned transfer committee bearing a lot of criticism for players they have signed over the last couple of years, with Liverpool spending £300m during Rodgers' three-year reign. "It's enough for me to have the first and last word," said Klopp on the committee. Jurgen Klopp's best quotes "We only want to discuss really good players. I'm not a genius, I don't know more than the rest of the world. I need the other people to get perfect information. It's really easy to handle it. " "I'm a really lucky guy, really looking forward to first training and first match. I had a four-month holiday, everything is perfect," he says. Asked about the expectation on his shoulders, he adds: "Twenty-five years ago (since the last league title) is a long time. History is only the base for us, (we shouldn't) keep the history in our backpack all day.   Read more "Everything is different - I don't know it all but I'm a pretty good listener. " Klopp is asked about Jose Mourinho's first press conference at Chelsea in 2004 when he labelled himself a 'Special One'.  Klopp replied: "I don't want to describe myself. I'm a totally normal guy, I'm the Normal One.

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" Asked about the style of play he will bring to Anfield, he said: "I haven't met my team yet. (My style is) emotion inside, it's speed, it's a transition game. All the things that make football interesting for me I want to see on the pitch. "But it's not the day for promising a certain style of football. Let's start to work, let's speak next week, let's start normal work. " He continued: "From 11am on it would be nice if we could concentrate on football.  I'm prepared for this because of my experience and my experience as a player. Of course it's crazy what has happened here," he said. "When I left Dortmund I said it's not what people think of you when you come in, it's what people think of you when you leave. "There are opponents who are bigger maybe but in a special Liverpool way we can be successful. "I'm not here only because LFC was calling, I believe in the potential of this team. " On the great history of Liverpool managers, he said: "I don't compare myself with genius managers of Liverpool. "It's cool that some of you, and the fans are looking forward to the next few years and months, but none of these (past) managers said 'my target is to be a legend'. This is a great club because of many, many great decisions in the past, now we have to work in the present. " Additional reporting from PA Jurgen Klopp with his wife Ulla Sandrock Wenn du bei YouTube angemeldet bist, kannst du dieses Video zu einer Playlist hinzuf gen. Anmelden Teilen Melde dich an, um unangemessene Inhalte zu melden. Anmelden 19 Melde dich bei YouTube an, damit dein Feedback gez hlt wird. Anmelden 5 Diese Funktion ist zurzeit nicht verf gbar. Bitte versuche es sp ter erneut. Am 14. 05.

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