A man who spent three years on Merseyside at the peak of his career was amazed by how much the team had improved under the German head coach
Yossi Benayoun has credited Jurgen Klopp for reviving the glory days at Liverpool, insisting he had made a “big difference” at the club after a frustrating period of mediocrity.
Liverpool became the most successful club English during the 1970s and 80s, they flew all competitions on their way to winning several league titles and European Cups.
However, that success began to dry up after the formation of the Premier League in 1992, and they had to watch Manchester United appeared to take their place as the country’s top dogs.
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The barren run will finally end when the 2019-20 campaign continued after a three-month coronavirus was put on hiatus on June 17, with the Reds currently sitting 25 points at the top of the Premier League.
Klopp became the club’s sixth brain The Champions League Last season’s win before also gave the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Cup the club an honor, and his team are now only six points from taking a piece of silver which has proven difficult to understand in the modern era.
Benayoun – who played for the Reds between 2007 and 2010 – said the German head coach had created “something special” since inheriting managerial government at Anfield in 2015, and he hoped the current crop would continue to prosper under his supervision for years. come.
“I am pleased to see it, it is amazing to see where Liverpool are today,” the former Liverpool midfielder told the club official website.
“From what I see, they play extraordinary football. The most special thing is you feel they are a team – everyone knows what they are doing on the field, you don’t have one big star or two and everything is there. The star of the team is the team itself, one unit. They play together.
“And the commitment that the players have is something special. I don’t see other teams in Europe who have this commitment from goalkeepers to strikers to working together, to pressure. When they decide to pressure they pressure everyone, no one can play against them. Extraordinary.
“Of course, a big credit to the manager, to Jurgen Klopp. I think this is a big difference from previous years. I really enjoyed watching them. Hopefully they will continue like this and make us proud.”
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