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Jurgen Klopp has said that it will not be a surprise when he calls time on his managerial career.

The manager accepted an award for coach of the year by German publication Sport BILD earlier this week.

Speaking via video link, Klopp was in his usual jovial mood when asked the question if he would like to be Bayern Munich manager one day.

The Express reported Klopp as saying:

“In the order I would like to do it. First national team, then Bayern, then back to BVB and then Liverpool for life.

But then he took a more serious tone when addressing his future.

“I have no idea [though] ,  I really do not know that.

“I hope for now that the next two or three years will continue in the same way.

 

"And then I will decide that.”

 

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Klopp said that he will know when the time comes to call it a day and it wont be a shock to anyone.

“So just that I stop completely, is just possible,.

“Everything is possible. 

“So just that I stop completely, is just possible.

“Whether that is the case or not - I really do not know.

“I’m just saying that (now) so you will not be surprised when it happens.”

So while at this stage Jurgen is going nowhere, you do get a small inkling that he is the sort of manager who doesn’t like to outstay his welcome.

He more than anyone, will know when the time is right.

 

And whenever that time is, he will leave with the goodwill of every player, official and fan of Liverpool Football Club.

Hopefully with a healthy list of honours to his name.


 


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4 hours ago, TLW said:

The Express reported Klopp as saying:

“In the order I would like to do it. First national team, then Bayern, then back to BVB and then Liverpool for life.

 

 

Cheeky fucking cunt. We’re paying him obscene wages and he lists us below those three other jobs. Tinpot no-marks like Dortmund and Bayern Munich as well. Jesus Christ. FSG need to fine this chump and put him back in his box. 

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He's already said in a few interviews that he would take a sabbatical once his contract with us is up. Who knows, if he wins more silverware he might extend that contract. One thing for sure though, he normally sticks to his plans. 

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Klopp never struck me as the kind of person who lets the grass grow under his feet. I'd be very surprised if he was still our manager in 5 years' time. He swoops in, weaves his magic, then he's on his way. He's Mary Kloppins.

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He was Mainz coach for 7 years. He was Dortmund coach for 7 years. By 2022, he'll have been at Liverpool for 7 years. If our squad kicks on again around that time, he might look to stay for a few years longer. If the squad has peaked and is in need of an overhaul, I think he'd prefer not to outstay his welcome and would rather leave it to the next guy to choose how to rebuild.

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19 minutes ago, moof said:

Really scares me, thinking about life after Klopp 

Same but I've no doubt he will do the right thing and give the club at least 12 months notice so we can get someone else in who can keep the club challenging .

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