After all that Juergen Klopp have done, is he worth being the best football coach in the world nowadays? Let’s discover the answer in the article below.

Klopp won the best coach of the Premier League 2019/20 season

Jurgen Klopp was honored by the English Football Coach Association (LMA) after helping Liverpool win the Premier League.

On July 27, Klopp was awarded the Alex Ferguson Cup, symbolizing the award. Former Man Utd Ferguson coach on behalf of LMA announced this.

Klopp overcame Marcelo Bielsa – who helped Leeds United return to the Premier League, Gareth Ainsworth – who helped Wycombe Wanderers win first place in the First Division in 133-year history and Chris Wilder – Sheffield United coach, the phenomenon of Premier England this season. Wilder won this award last year.

Klopp received the Coach Cup of the Year from LMA

Klopp recalled meeting Ferguson for the first time and said he had never imagined one day winning a Cup named the former Man Utd coach.

Is Juergen Klopp worth being the best football coach in the world?

On 24/5/2015, Liverpool had a memorable match as a guest on Stoke City’s Britania. Those who love Liverpool are looking forward to a win because it was the last time Steven Gerrard plays as a Liverpool player. However, the army of Coach Rodgers played weakly and lost 1-6.

The gloomy atmosphere rained down on the Liverpool players. They have no vitality left. The pillars of the team did not give an interview, and the person in charge of this was Jordon Ibe, a 19-year-old player. In the stands, many Liverpool fans left as soon as the first half ended.

Fortunately, this failure was not entirely negative for Liverpool, because the team leader began to consider the changes. And Klopp, the coach who helped Dortmund end Bayern Munich’s dominance in the Bundesliga, was the chosen one.

The promise of the trust builder

At the time of Klopp’s inauguration, Liverpool’s strength was only on par with the middle-class team. However, he still confident and promised to bring the title to Liverpool.

In the 2015/16 season, Klopp helped Liverpool reach the Premier League finish at eighth and did not win any trophies. However, he made fans of this team see signs of a bright future.

He led Liverpool to the Europa League final in which the choking comeback against Dortmund in the quarterfinals was the highlight. After a 1-1 draw at Signal Iduna Park, Liverpool took the lead to 3-1 at Anfield.

However, with the fire coach Klopp transmitted, the Liverpool players did not give up. They rushed to attack and bring results. Philippe Coutinho, Mamadou Sakho, and Dejan Lovren each scored to help the home side win with a total score of 5-4.