Reds manager Jurgen Klopp has stated that the Champions League triumph this season is merely just the beginning of the new chapter that Liverpool is on course to write.
There is something special brewing at Liverpool at the moment under Jurgen Klopp. The Merseyside club has achieved something incredible over the past few seasons as they have been renowned their status as one of the greatest clubs in the European continent.
Liverpool have crowned champions of Europe for the sixth time as Klopp led the Reds to success in the Champions League. But despite their most successful season in the English Premier League, Liverpool finished in 2nd place just one solitary point behind Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
And having finally won his first major trophy with Liverpool in three years at the club, Klopp is now looking to end the Reds 30 year wait for a Premier League title. The 52-year-old Liverpool boss reflected on the 2018-19 season and said that the Champions League success should be the start of something new at the club, “The most important thing for Liverpool fans when reliving the memories of this season, is to remember it’s the start – not a conclusion. Madrid wasn’t the final chapter for us – I think we’re still writing the introduction.”
Klopp further explained that the club will reciprocate the fans chanting of ‘We’re never gonna stop’, “When we were travelling around Liverpool with the European Cup on that magical Sunday, the words that I heard sung the loudest were: ‘We’re never gonna stop!’ That’s what this team and club has to live by. We arrived at this point because we were hungry for moments like June 1”
In his final message to the Liverpool faithful, Klopp wanted the fans to enjoy the memories that were created in the season take all the joy from this campaign and do so in the knowledge we want it again. Love the memories and use them to shape our future”
Klopp is really building a solid team at the moment and by challenging Manchester City it shows that Liverpool is on the right track. Maybe with a few tweaks in the summer transfer window, Klopp can dethrone Pep Guardiola’s side.