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Liverpool have been a Premier League club since it was introduced in 1992 and have never finished outside of the top 8 in their 30 year stint. They’ve averaged a finishing position of just over 4th place throughout the years making them one of the highest ranked Premier League clubs of all times in terms of league position.
Several Liverpool managers have had fairly long stints at the club with Gerard Houllier and Rafa Benitez taking charge for six years each and current manager Jürgen Klopp being in his seventh season as manager.
With Liverpool’s success both domestically and in European competitions, managers must perform and get results if they are to remain in their role.
Jürgen Klopp is a German football manager who is widely considered to be one of the most successful and respected coaches in the world. He was born on June 16, 1967, in Stuttgart, Germany.
Klopp began his playing career as a striker for several German clubs, including Mainz 05 and Borussia Dortmund. He retired from playing in 2001 and immediately transitioned to coaching, taking over as head coach of Mainz 05.
Klopp made his mark at Mainz by leading the team to promotion to the Bundesliga for the first time in their history in 2004. After Mainz were relegated the following season, Klopp moved to Borussia Dortmund in 2008, where he had even greater success.
At Dortmund, Klopp developed a reputation for his attacking style of play and his ability to motivate and inspire his players. He led Dortmund to two Bundesliga titles, a German Cup, and a Champions League final during his time at the club.
In 2015, Klopp was appointed as the manager of Liverpool FC. In his first season, he led the team to the Europa League final, where they were defeated 3-1 by Sevilla. The following season, he guided Liverpool to the Champions League final, where they lost to Real Madrid. However, in the 2018-19 season, Klopp and Liverpool finally lifted the Champions League trophy, defeating Tottenham in the final.
Klopp’s greatest achievement as Liverpool manager came in the 2019-20 season, when he led the team to their first English Premier League title in 30 years, breaking several records along the way.
Klopp is known for his charismatic personality, his passion for the game, and his tactical acumen. He is highly regarded by his players, fans, and fellow coaches alike and is considered to be one of the most influential figures in modern football.
Jürgen Klopp has never finished outside of the top four throughout his 7+ seasons in charge of Liverpool. However, his sides 2022/23 league campaign has not gone as planned.
Liverpool finished 1 point adrift of Premier League champions Manchester City last season, collecting an impressive 92 points along the way. However, despite suffering just two league defeats last season, Klopp’s side have lost 8 games already in 2022/23 and find themselves far off the leaders.
Should Liverpool not secure a place in next season’s Champions League, Klopp could be one of the next Premier League managers to be sacked.
Bookmakers have already started to take bets on who will replace Klopp as the next manager of Liverpool with the latest odds listed below.
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Pep Lijnders is a Dutch football coach who is currently serving as the assistant manager of Liverpool under Jürgen Klopp.
Lijnders began his coaching career in the Netherlands, working as a youth coach at PSV Eindhoven and FC Porto. In 2014, he was hired by FC Porto to work as an assistant coach under Julen Lopetegui, and he remained at the club after Lopetegui’s departure, serving as an assistant under Nuno Espírito Santo.
In 2015, Lijnders joined Liverpool as a first-team development coach, working with the club’s younger players. He quickly impressed Liverpool’s coaching staff with his knowledge of the game, his ability to connect with players, and his innovative coaching methods.
In 2018, Lijnders was appointed as the assistant manager of Liverpool, working alongside Jürgen Klopp. In this role, he has played a key role in Liverpool’s success, helping the team win the Champions League in 2019 and the English Premier League in 2020.
Lijnders is known for his tactical acumen, his attention to detail, and his ability to communicate effectively with players. He is highly regarded by Klopp and Liverpool’s players, and many in the football world see him as a rising star in coaching.
With having worked with the club for several years and having a good relationship with the players, Lijnders is the bookies favourite to succeed Klopp as the next manager of Liverpool.
Liverpool have had fairly few managers in comparison to some of the other top clubs with five managers taking the reigns since 2004.
A full list of Liverpool managers can be found below.
|Jurgen Klopp||08 Oct, 2015||Present|
|Brendan Rodgers||01 Jun, 2012||04 Oct, 2015|
|Kenny Dalglish||08 Jan, 2011||16 May, 2012|
|Roy Hodgson||01 Jul, 2010||08 Jan, 2011|
|Rafael Benitez||16 Jun, 2004||03 Jun, 2010|
|Gerard Houllier||12 Nov, 1998||24 May, 2004|
|Gerard Houllier||01 Jul, 1998||12 Nov, 1998|
|Roy Evans||28 Jan, 1994||12 Nov, 1998|
|Graeme Souness||16 Apr, 1991||28 Jan, 1994|
|Ronnie Moran||22 Feb, 1991||16 Apr, 1991|
|Kenny Dalglish||30 May, 1985||22 Feb, 1991|
|Joe Fagan||23 May, 1983||30 May, 1985|
|Bob Paisley||26 Jul, 1974||23 May, 1983|
|Bill Shankly||01 Dec, 1959||12 Jul, 1974|
|Phil Taylor||01 May, 1956||30 Nov, 1959|
|Don Welsh||01 Mar, 1951||01 May, 1956|
|George Kay||01 May, 1936||28 Feb, 1951|
|George Patterson||01 Feb, 1928||01 May, 1936|
|Matt McQueen||01 Feb, 1923||01 Feb, 1928|
|David Ashworth||01 Dec, 1920||01 Feb, 1922|
|Tom Watson||01 Aug, 1896||31 May, 1915|
|John McKenna||01 Aug, 1892||01 Aug, 1896|