Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp surmise that only a few managers could have the impression at Anfield that he has made in two years, but at the same time reckons more could have been accomplished since he took The Reds job.
The former Dortmund coach two years at Anfield are not reflected as a sharp uphill curve of achievement, but there is a lot of proof, including his stellar work at Borussia Dortmund. With enough time and reinforcement, Klopp will put Liverpool considerably nearer to where they wish to be.
Klopp speaking at a press conference before Liverpool vs Manchester United game on Saturday:
‘We had to improve the situation we were in,’ ‘If they sack me now, I don’t think there are a lot of managers who could do a job better than I do.
‘I don’t think I’m perfect but it’s difficult to find better options. I still think as long as 98 percent of all Liverpudlians think we are on the right way, we will succeed. It is a great job, a difficult job, yes, but a wonderful time and I have enjoyed each second.
Are we where we could be? Not sure, we did better last year but we didn’t get the results so far (this season).
‘We had to improve to be in the situation where we are now with not the biggest distance to the top teams, even it looks from the points a little bit different.
‘It is quite difficult, the good old times when one team dominated the league for 20 years will not come back. Our job is to work in this moment and to fight with all we have for each point.
‘I am not overly happy, it was not a big party (his two-year anniversary). When someone called me to say “congratulations, two years at Liverpool” I didn’t open immediately a bottle of champagne.