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Thanks to Jurgen Klopp for the feeling that anything is possible

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 08:56:31

Today Jürgen Klopp plays his last game as Liverpool coach, the match with Wolverhampton will be played at Anfield. In the “Championship” editorial team there are Merseyside fans: they have a word about the most memorable moments of the era of the charismatic German.

Nikita Paglazov, football correspondent

In his nine years at Liverpool, Klopp has provided a host of highlights. Many clubs will not have that much in their entire history. What helped this synergy? Jurgen and Liverpool have somewhat similar characters. Daring, but at the same time happy, sincere, capable of turning dreams into reality. Never give up.

The German’s most striking moment at Liverpool, in my opinion, is related precisely to the phrase Never Give Up. Who believed in the team after 0-3 in the first Champions League semi-final against Barça in 2019? Probably just the players, the coach and the fans. This proved to be enough. Klopp loves Liverpool: the city, the fans, the players, the staff, the stadium, the local pubs. This faith and this love are mutual. Incredible and unique things came from them.

Well, how to stop Barça with Lionel Messi in perfect shape, and even without Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino? Easily! Did you miss three in the first game? Let’s get four houses! Klopp found resources every time the situation seemed desperate. Liverpool destroyed Barcelona with Divock Origi, Jorginho Wijnaldum off the bench, the cunning of Trent Alexander-Arnold and the bravery of Alison. Betting on these things in the Champions League semi-finals is a gamble and a risk.

Liverpool stopped Barça

Photo: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

But Klopp never gave up, implementing ideas that others would not have dared to implement. And in May 2019, the entire team believed in them. Even those who did not have the opportunity to enter the field helped. For example, Salah presented the same story with a T-shirt with the inscription Never Give Up. Every little thing became priceless. And he formed a puzzle that gave one of the best moments in the history of the Champions League.

Liverpool is a workaholic club, a reflection of the fans and the city. The stronger the connection between the team and the equally simple but beloved Klopp. Now, unfortunately, it is breaking down. Everything beautiful comes to an end. The main thing is that no one will take away the memory of Klopp’s miracles. And Origi’s goal after Trent’s pass, and the sixth Champions League trophy.

We say goodbye to Klopp together:


Klopp’s last game in Liverpool! We watch it live directly from Anfield! LIVE

Andrey Pankov, football correspondent

It may sound pathetic, but Jurgen Klopp is the main person in my football growth. He arrived at Liverpool, of which he was already a fan when he was 16 years old. And he leaves when I am 25 years old. The German coached Liverpool for a third of my life, and during that time it was he who allowed me to retain within me the football naivety of my childhood.

Only with Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool could it be mentally understood that Barcelona had no chance of passing after 0-3. But, irrationally, he still knew that his boys were capable of doing it.

Only in Jurgen Klopp’s team was goalkeeper Alison able to score the decisive goal in the fight for the Champions League a few weeks after the death of her father.

Only Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool could have two of the strongest seasons in the history of the Premier League (97 and 92 points in the 2018/2019 and 2021/2022 editions) and remain second.

Only Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, the Premier League club most reliant on fans, was able to win the championship in a season when those same fans were not in the stands.

Liverpool celebrate winning the Premier League

Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool is not about trophies (although he has won everything with the Club over the years). Jurgen Klopp in Liverpool is about the legacy and feeling of an incredible adventure in which the path to the goal turned out to be much steeper than the goal itself. For the feeling that anything is possible and for knowing that you will never be alone, I will be eternally grateful to Klopp.

We don’t cry, it just rains:

What do you remember most about Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and what would you like to thank the coach for? Write in the comments!

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