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Jurgen Klopp remains a popular figure at Anfield after guiding Liverpool back into the Champions League. We put Klopp under the spotlight in our series looking at the managers of the Premier League’s top six.
Liverpool finished fourth in the Premier League in Klopp's first full season in charge, having briefly threatened to be Chelsea's chief challengers for the title.
This is a long-term project that still has momentum.
short explantions:[spoiler]atk: mostly just sat back in the midfield and moved around there, pretty decent at finding space around the pitch when he did venture forward.:def pretty shit..
Liverpool are a 10/1 shot with Sky Bet to end their long wait for a Premier League title and that reflects the fact they remain an outside bet.
The challenge of competing on multiple fronts could be problematic for a team so reliant on their heavy pressing game but Klopp will be confident nevertheless.
His fitness improved in time for the 2008-09 season, in which Estudiantes reached the finals of the Copa Sudamericana and secured a place in the 2009 Copa Libertadores.
Dominic Solanke has also come in from Chelsea and has already shown what he can do in pre-season, while Andrew Robertson's arrival from Hull gives Klopp a specialist left-back again.But away defeats to Burnley and Hull as well as shock Anfield losses to Crystal Palace and Swansea damaged their hopes. The reverse at Turf Moor occurred despite Liverpool enjoying over 80 per cent of possession - the only team to do so in a Premier League game all season - and that suggests there are issues against organised opponents who defend deep.Working out a way to find the breakthrough in those games could be crucial to their hopes this coming season.But fans will be hoping that Liverpool's place in the top four can be consolidated while a better showing in the cup competitions would be welcome - it is five years since the club's last trophy.Klopp often appears bemused by the obsession with the transfer market and it is true that he favours developing talent rather than buying.