Jurgen Klopp’s achievements journey with Liverpool in 6 years
Liverpool announced the renewal of German coach Jurgen Klopp’s contract for an additional two years, after agreeing on the terms of the future of the Reds in the next four years.
Liverpool has lived under the leadership of Klopp for 6 years, a more than wonderful atmosphere full of achievements, as he returned the Reds to winning titles again after he succeeded with him in winning the English Premier League title in the 2019-2020 version, after an absence of 30 years with a golden generation led by the Egyptian star. Mohamed Salah, along with a large constellation of stars such as Brazilian Roberto Firmino, Senegalese Sadio Mane and Dutchman Virgil van Dijk.
Liverpool, under the leadership of Jurgen Klopp, won many titles, led by the Champions League, the 2018-2019 version, and reached the final of the continental competition the previous season, before exiting at the hands of Real Madrid in the famous match in which Mohamed Salah was injured in The shoulder after a violent intervention from the Spanish defender Ramos, then the royal defender, then he won the European Super, the English League Cup and the Club World Cup.
According to the Transfer Market website, which specializes in numbers and statistics, Liverpool played 371 matches with Klopp in various tournaments, during which he won 232, lost 62 and drawn 77 times, and the team scored 822 goals in his state and conceded 405.
Liverpool titles with Klopp
Jurgen Klopp’s titles with Liverpool were as follows:
– Won the European Champions League in 2018.
– Won the European Super Cup in 2019.
– Won the Club World Cup in 2019.
– Won the English Premier League season 2019/2020.
He won the English League Cup in 2022.
Klopp is seeking with Liverpool this season to achieve the quartet, to win 4 titles, as he competes for the English Premier League, the European Champions League and the FA Cup, while deciding the League Cup in his favour.
What did Klopp say after renewing with Liverpool?
Jurgen Klopp was speaking after signing his new contract, which will run until 2026, saying to the club’s official website: “There are so many words I can use to describe how I feel about this news, it will be a happy, humble and blessed start. The place, I knew that before I came here, I got to know it better after I arrived and now I know it more than ever.”
Klopp added: “Like any healthy relationship, you always have to be two-way, you have to be right for each other, the feeling that we were totally right with each other is what got me here in the first place, which is why I renewed.” In the previous”.
And the Reds boss continued: “This renewal is different from the previous one because of the length of time we have spent together, I had to ask myself the question: Is it appropriate for Liverpool to stay longer? Together with my two assistants, Pep Leanders and Pete Krauetz, we came to the conclusion that Was: “Yes”.
He continued, “Renewing my contract with Liverpool was a very easy decision. I had to review some things in private, but they were not with the club’s management, so I made my decision easily. My family loves Liverpool. It is our home for me and my family. It was in the interest of the club, so I decided to renew and not leave.” in 2024″.
On the reason for his continuation with the club, Klopp said: “There is nothing better than Liverpool as a club to be in. In Liverpool, there is one family and it is great to be part of it. Renewing my contract is a bit of selfishness on my part because I want to be part of this family.”
He added: “We have a good and exciting team at the moment but of course over the coming years there are some changes that we have to make and this is not a warning to anyone because change is of course part of life.”
He concluded his statements by saying: “My assumption of the greatest responsibility is part of our agreement to renew the contract. I feel very lucky and blessed with the clubs that I worked with. I said in my first press conference that I love the Liverpool fans’ love for their club, and I did not really know the extent of that until I experienced it.”