Matthias Sammer, the winner of Euro 96, has not overlooked Jurgen Klopp’s management decisions.
Matthias Sammer, a former German international, praised Jurgen Klopp and the impact he has had on German football.
On May 28, Liverpool will play in their third Champions League final in five seasons, and having already won the Carabao Cup and FA Cup, the Reds could still cap off an incredible season with a cup high pitch or even a fantastic fourfold if they beat Manchester City to the Premier League title on the final day of the season.
Klopp’s achievements, according to former Borussia Dortmund boss Sammer, cannot be questioned. “You can’t assess how Jurgen Klopp is doing Liverpool and, as a German mentor, for the vision of German soccer,” he told SportBild, according to Sport Witness.
“That will benefit us all.” Klopp can keep rethinking himself with Liverpool; he’s always looking for fresh building blocks, including in his training and care staff, to improve the quality.”
Klopp’s ability to deal with specialists specifically fields was also highlighted by Sammer, who won the Champions League with Dortmund as a player in 1997.
“The way a great leader like Jurgen Klopp gathers top professionals around him for the best outcome can’t be credited to him highly enough,” Sammer added.
Klopp was the manager of Dortmund for two consecutive Bundesliga titles before returning to Merseyside in October 2015 after a little break. Since then, he has won six major awards with Liverpool, including the Champions League in 2019 and the Premier League in 2020, ending Liverpool’s 30-year title drought.