Jurgen Klopp is one of the best managers the game has ever seen – quite simply, his record with the Reds cannot be questioned.
The Premier League game against Sheffield United next weekend will be his 150th in charge, and so far, he has picked up 91 wins – more than any manager has managed when arriving at a new club, apart from Jose Mourinho when he went to Chelsea for the first time.
When you consider the state of the Reds’ squad when he first came into the club, and the fact that the last few games of the 2015-16 season saw him make wholesale changes with attention firmly on trying to get into the Champions League by winning the Europa League, his record is even more incredible.
this is crazy when you think about what Klopp took over from.. pic.twitter.com/Inpk4sxsys
— agent bobby (@agentbobby_) September 22, 2019
When you think that Klopp has not spent that much in the general picture of the Premier League, either, despite what fans of other teams will have you think, those statistics are remarkable.
With a little more luck over the last few months, the Reds could have been back-to-back European champions and the wait for a Premier League title could have been over. The man really has worked miracles.