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Trent Alexander-Arnold Said “Klopp Will Always Be Special To Liverpool”

When Jurgen Klopp mounted the seat as Liverpool manager in October 2015, the club was 10th in the league table.

Trent Alexander-Arnold in a recent interview said Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp “will always be special to the club” as the Reds moves closer to clinch their first Premier League title in 30 years.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has been with Liverpool from age six, says Jurgen Klopp has done “everything” for the Reds and what he has changed has been “mind-blowing”. while adding that, “You have to respect the things he does.”

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Currently, Liverpool is six points away from winning the Premier League title.

“To change the whole club, to change everyone from doubters to believers, to get everybody thinking the same way, believing the same way and having the same dreams…

“He just embodies the whole club. Even without being from the city, the country and being local, he just clicks with the club. He does it with every person – the fans, the staff and the players. He develops the people around him and makes their dreams come true.”

Liverpool became European champions for a sixth time following the victory against Tottenham in the Champions League final in 2019, which becomes their second successive final after suffering defeat by Real Madrid in 2018.

They also finished runners-up to Manchester City in the Premier League last season, after losing just one game and recording the third-highest points total in the history of the English top flight.

When Jurgen Klopp mounted the seat as Liverpool manager in October 2015, the club was 10th in the league table.

Then, before the Premier League was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, Liverpool was 25 points clear at the top of the table.

Following a 100-day lay-off, the league resumed on Wednesday with Liverpool two wins away from the title.

“If you can imagine your ultimate dream and be so, so close to it – two steps away from it really – and someone saying ‘you need to wait over 100 days then you might get it’. It was quite frustrating,” said Alexander-Arnold.

ViaBBC
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