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[:en]It’s alluring, it’s captivating, it’s addictive. It’s Jurgen Klopp.

Finally Liverpool FC have ended their 30-year wait for a league title, a whole generation has passed since a club which was once synonymous with success can finally think of it as a returning norm, and one man has spearheaded it through belief – in himself, his players and supporters.

All journeys start with tales of chance and this is no different, with no experience Klopp went from a player in a relegation-threatened side at Mainz 05 to overseeing promotion to the Bundesliga, in three seasons.
His first thought was that he believed his players could avoid relegation, his first action was to make them buy into his feelings—the Klopp way was born.

After gaining popularity for his work at Mainz he became the manager of Dortmund FC in the Bundesliga.

The Polish forward netted 74 Bundesliga goals while under the stewardship of Klopp, winning back-to-back Meisterschale over the 2010/11 and 2011/12 seasons.
Being one of the first teams to break Bayern Munich’s winning streak Dortmund had acquired up to seven of the 10 titles available after the turn of the century.

«I think what I learned from him is the belief I could play at the highest level, he had this influence and it helped me take the next step,» Lewandowski reminisced in May 2019

“He made me realise that I had more potential than even I had imagined. He could see something in me that I couldn’t see.»
Time and time again, club directors, players, and fans mentioned a belief that Klopp had stirred in them; it was something that could not only be believed in, but also acted upon, and then translated into success.

By the October of 2015, belief was something that was severely lacking at Liverpool. Pipped to the title by two points in the May of 2014, the following season saw the Reds crash out of the Champions League at the group stage and go on to finish sixth in the Premier League.

Star players had left, others wanted out. Brendan Rodgers had taken the Merseyside club as far as he could, and something different was needed.
When the Reds’ owners heard that Klopp was ready to return to work after leaving Dortmund, they acted fast. Rodgers was shown the door 24 hours after press reports in Serbia announced Klopp (and his then assistant, Zeljko Buvac) were Merseyside bound.

“I felt a real positive energy when he walked through the door and I will always remember him saying he wants to turn doubters into believers – players, fans and everyone at the club.
“He just had a real aura about him, and that transcended into the players and performances.”
Those were the words of Jordan Henderson, Klopp’s Liverpool captain, when asked what changes the German brought in on arrival.[:fr]It’s alluring, it’s captivating, it’s addictive. It’s Jurgen Klopp.

Finally Liverpool FC have ended their 30-year wait for a league title, a whole generation has passed since a club which was once synonymous with success can finally think of it as a returning norm, and one man has spearheaded it through belief – in himself, his players and supporters.

All journeys start with tales of chance and this is no different, with no experience Klopp went from a player in a relegation-threatened side at Mainz 05 to overseeing promotion to the Bundesliga, in three seasons.
His first thought was that he believed his players could avoid relegation, his first action was to make them buy into his feelings—the Klopp way was born.

After gaining popularity for his work at Mainz he became the manager of Dortmund FC in the Bundesliga.

The Polish forward netted 74 Bundesliga goals while under the stewardship of Klopp, winning back-to-back Meisterschale over the 2010/11 and 2011/12 seasons.
Being one of the first teams to break Bayern Munich’s winning streak Dortmund had acquired up to seven of the 10 titles available after the turn of the century.

«I think what I learned from him is the belief I could play at the highest level, he had this influence and it helped me take the next step,» Lewandowski reminisced in May 2019

“He made me realise that I had more potential than even I had imagined. He could see something in me that I couldn’t see.»
Time and time again, club directors, players, and fans mentioned a belief that Klopp had stirred in them; it was something that could not only be believed in, but also acted upon, and then translated into success.

By the October of 2015, belief was something that was severely lacking at Liverpool. Pipped to the title by two points in the May of 2014, the following season saw the Reds crash out of the Champions League at the group stage and go on to finish sixth in the Premier League.

Star players had left, others wanted out. Brendan Rodgers had taken the Merseyside club as far as he could, and something different was needed.
When the Reds’ owners heard that Klopp was ready to return to work after leaving Dortmund, they acted fast. Rodgers was shown the door 24 hours after press reports in Serbia announced Klopp (and his then assistant, Zeljko Buvac) were Merseyside bound.

“I felt a real positive energy when he walked through the door and I will always remember him saying he wants to turn doubters into believers – players, fans and everyone at the club.
“He just had a real aura about him, and that transcended into the players and performances.”
Those were the words of Jordan Henderson, Klopp’s Liverpool captain, when asked what changes the German brought in on arrival.[:]