German Champion 2011, Double Winner 2012 and Champions League Finalist 2013: With Jürgen Klopp at the sideline, Borussia Dortmund celebrated one of the most successful times of club history. Since 2015, the German has been swinging the scepter, no less successful, at the FC Liverpool. Now Klopp has revealed, which distinguishes his two success teams.
"My opinion is clear: my current cader is the best I've ever had one of the best in the history of the FC Liverpool," the 54-year-old recently revived at a press conference from the staff, which is currently available to him at the Reds stands.
What makes his team, Klopp also explained: "We have grown together as a group and team, so I arrange them about everyone else."
Words that also reveal what the BVB once lacked to establish itself sustainably in the absolute European elite. "In my life, I also had extraordinary teams in my life, thank God. The squad of Borussia Dortmund 2010/11 and 2011/12 was crazy," Klopp highlights the staff of his former employer, but also refers to a problem.
"The journey from Borussia Dortmund took a long time..."
"The only problem was that we could hold him together for two years and then the football world decided: 'The journey of Borussia Dortmund took a long time, let's get a few of her players.'"
On the other hand, this danger does not exist in Liverpool. "We can hold them [the players] and that means we can build on things we have achieved together. That makes a big difference."
At BVB, Klopp united Robert Lewandowski, Mario Götze, Ilkay Gündogan and Mats Hummels in a team. The BVB could not hold these stars. Accordingly, the very great success slowly afterwards, 2014/15 could only began to rank seven, Klopp pulled the tear.
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