Premier League: Klopp on layoffs epidemic: ‘I’m the last man standing’

to end of 2022 Jürgen Klopp has become the third longest serving manager in England’s professional leagues. change of scenery Gareth Ainsworth between wycombewhich he trained for 10 seasons, and QPR German watch for The podium is for the coaches who have sat on the bench the longest From the same team in England.

Just Simon Weaver of Harrogate (13 years and 277 days) and John Coleman of Accrington Stanley (eight years and 157 days) exceed it. This landmark has more value considering how unstable it is The seats that surround it are being displayed. How do I stay sitting here in this crazy world? The last steadfast men”Klopp joked.

His relationship to the separated

after the last Rodgers and Potter layoffs, The German confirmed that his turn might come any day. “It’s part of the job“, pointed out. “I respect them very much And I love both. Both are good people and great coaches, however Things could still go wrong. […] It’s been a strange week.”

after After the defeat against Manchester City, Klopp’s Liverpool ranks eighth in the English Premier League Eight points from fourth place to reach Champions. The minimum requirements for the “Red”.

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