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MetiNews.Com - Jurgen Klopp will now look to emulate Bob Paisley and Alex Ferguson and achieve something Pep Guardiola has not yet managed - to rule English football

Liverpool news Klopp eyes Pep's unfulfilled dream as Reds trade spectacular for normality MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Jurgen Klopp will now look to emulate Bob Paisley and Alex Ferguson and achieve something Pep Guardiola has not yet managed - to rule English football

Liverpool news  Klopp eyes Pep's unfulfilled dream as Reds trade spectacular for normality MetiNews.Com
01 July 2020 - 06:16

Breaking News ! English football has had its fill of great teams but only the best dominate eras. When Bill Shankly took over at Second Division Liverpool in December 1959, his aim was clear. "My idea was to build Liverpool into a bastion of invincibility. Napoleon had that idea. He wanted to conquer the bloody world. I wanted Liverpool to be untouchable. My idea was to build Liverpool up and up until eventually everyone would have to submit and give in." "I want to build a team that's invincible, so that they have to send a team from bloody Mars to beat us." The legendary Scot got his wish, but it wasn’t until Bob Paisley took over in 1974 that a great Reds side truly began to dominate. Read More Related Articles Sign up for the Echo's Liverpool FC newsletter Read More Related Articles Manchester United legend Gary Neville breaks silence on Liverpool Premier League title win Between 1975 and 1990, Liverpool won 10 of the 15 league titles up for grabs and lifted four European Cups too. Yet, just two years later and another side emerged from the shadows to conquer all that lay before them. And they came from much closer surroundings than Mars too. Having promised to knock the Reds off their perch, Sir Alex Ferguson’s infamous Manchester United team managed just that, lifting 13 of the 21 league titles on offer between 1992 and 2013 as well as claiming two Champions League titles. Considering the dominance on show from the two north west rivals in the past half-a-century, it has been something of a surprise to see a changing trend in the Premier League in recent years following the emergence of a ‘Big Six’. Before Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City defended their Premier League crown last season, edging past Liverpool by the smallest of margins to follow up their Centurion success of 2018, no side had won successive league titles since Manchester United in 2009. But after exchanging titles with their Manchester rivals, Chelsea and even Leicester City in the interim, City, backed by their Abu Dhabi millions, looked poised to become English football’s next dominant force. Must-read Liverpool FC news Guard of honour plans 'nonsense' Koulibaly signing could help Joe Gomez Major cash windfall in doubt Klopp's letter to the ECHO Yet one glorious season has seen Liverpool throw a spanner in their works. After 30 years of waiting to be crowned English champions, their 19th league title has finally rocked up at Anfield to stop Guardiola in his tracks. Of course, by no means does this mean Man City are a spent force. They’ll look to fight back stronger than ever to reclaim their crown next season. But they are no longer the obvious contenders to become England’s next Untouchables.

. And with a Champions League ban looming, City’s wait for Continental success continues. They have had their great teams, bred on domestic success with a hunger for more trophies but their hopes to produce a lasting legacy have not yet come to fruition. Meanwhile, Liverpool have already conquered all of Europe. In Qatar last December they even conquered the world for the first time in their history too, finally truly delivering on that old Shankly pledge. And now they’re Champions of England. Read More Related Articles Mohamed Salah makes Liverpool future declaration and dedicates Premier League title to fans Read More Related Articles Jamie Carragher on Man City's missing piece needed to catch Liverpool which shows Jurgen Klopp's genius Klopp turned doubters into believers. The Unbearables after winning a sixth Champions League in Madrid, the Reds have dominated a league season like no other to become the Inevitables, even if they lost their potential Invincibles tag along the way. What this Liverpool side has achieved is truly special. They will go down in history. They are the Immortals. Fans, journalists and pundits have run out of superlatives to describe Klopp’s side. But is that enough? After every league title in the club’s glory days, Ronnie Moran would famously leave winners’ medals in a box on the first day of pre-season training, telling players to take one if they felt they deserved it. That attitude now needs to return to Anfield. Having waited so long to see their side win the Premier League, Kopites will celebrate this triumph like no other. But Liverpool’s aim now has to be for the spectacular to become the normality. Klopp will look to emulate Paisley and Ferguson and achieve something Guardiola has not yet managed - to rule English football. Signed up at Anfield until 2024, this is just the beginning. It’s time for the German to build his own bastion of invincibility. Turn one league title into two in 2021, again getting the better of Man City in the process, and Liverpool fans could be witnessing the start of another great era. And not even the Martians can stop them.

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Liverpool news Klopp eyes Pep's unfulfilled dream as Reds trade spectacular for normality MetiNews.Com


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Liverpool news Klopp eyes Pep's unfulfilled dream as Reds trade spectacular for normality MetiNews.Com


Liverpool news Klopp eyes Pep's unfulfilled dream as Reds trade spectacular for normality MetiNews.Com

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