​Manager Of The Month … Jürgen Klopp

On Friday  14th of October, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp was handed the Manager Of the Month Trophy alongside Heung Min Son winning player of the month. Jürgen was left with smiles all along as he was handed she trophy for the first team since joining the Reds last season.

Does Jürgen Klopp deserve it.

This isn’t supposed to be a biased opinion from me and I’m guessing many Liverpool fans would agree with me that clearly Jürgen Klopp deserved the trophy. His manic touchline celebrations and his weird faces whilst we score goals for a living clearly shows us what manager Jürgen Klopp is like. But these points that I have given doesn’t mean that he deserved it because of him being crazy on the touchline and celebrating whilst we score goals he himself deserves it as he has changed the atmosphere around the Liverpool players and coaches. Since his arrival at Liverpool Jürgen Klopp has made a drastic decision and has changed the backroom staff and all of that has paid off. His pressing and counter attack of the game has clearly changed the way LFC players play. Can Jürgen Klopp carry us and create history? The match against United clearly shows how well we will do in the Premier League.


Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview 

​Liverpool Vs Manchester United Preview. 

Liverpool host Rivals Manchester United on the 17th of October 2016 at Anfield. Key players are a doubt such as Inform Adam Lallana. Another big hit is Georginio Wijnaldum. Giving recently arrived at Liverpool from Newcastle for £25 Million, and ever since he’s put on that red shirt he has powered us. He recently suffered a torn hamstring at an international friendly match against France. The last meeting against the red devils was the Europa League match which ended in success. A 1-1 secured Liverpool going through to the next round where they meet Jurgen Klopp’s ex round. However, the last meeting against the red devils was at home which ended in a heartbreak. A dominant match from the Reds saw Wayne Rooney score just near full time. Will Liverpool strike back?

Key Players To Look Out For

Phillipe Coutinho : Coutinho at the moment has been in fine form netting in 3 goals and also 2 assists. His brace against Arsenal and that lovely long-range shot against Hull City have been his only goals this season but there’s more to expect from the little Brazilian Magician as the Barclays Premier League has just started.

Joel Matip : Matip again another player who’s been an absolute God on the pitch. His height and his patience on the ball can be a key aspect at any time throughout the whole game. There would be no surprise if Ibrahimovic doesn’t find any of his shots at the back of the net. Getting Matip for absolutely no money was an absolute bargain.

Manchester United

David De Gea : In my opinion I think he’s probably one of the best goalkeepers in the world and equal with Manuel Neuer. De Gea is a fine shot-stopper and is great at defending one on one situations with the any player his key highlight for me was his move to Manchester United. He’s young and many people thought it was the wrong move for the devil’s but sadly it was an amazing bargain for De Gea. Again, there would be no surprise if he keeps a clean sheet against the Reds.

Paul Pogba : I know many people might disagree with me but since the red devil’s played the champions Leicester City Paul Pogba has been in fine form. He’s great defensively and also a strong player on the ball. He’s young and just came back to the Premier League and needs time to get into things. But an £89 Million pound move was just too much for the French powerhouse.


Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United

Goals from: Firmino and Coutinho