Jurgen Klopp admits that he only thought he would be a manager for 25 years when he started his career
‘I have no further plans’: Jurgen Klopp admits that he only thought he would be a manager for 25 years when he started his career … and when his contract in Liverpool expires in 2024, he will spend almost 24 hours in the dug- have been out!
- Jurgen Klopp revealed he only wanted to be a manager for 25 years
- Klopp will be manager for nearly 24 years when the Liverpool deal ends
- 53-year-old Klopp started in Mainz before taking charge of Borussia Dortmund
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he only thought he would be a manager for 25 years when he started his coaching career.
Klopp made his first steps into management at Mainz in 2001 and will have been a coach for more than 23 years when his current contract in Liverpool expires in 2024.
The 53-year-old emphasized that he currently has no plans outside of his Liverpool contract.
Jurgen Klopp planned to be a manager for only 25 years when he joined Mainz in 2001
As reported by The Mirror, Klopp said, “I don’t see myself doing that at that age,” says Klopp. “When I became a manager [aged 33], I thought … well, now 25 energy years are starting.
“I was seven and a half years in Mainz, seven in Dortmund and in 2024 (when his current contract with Liverpool expires) it will be 23 and a half.
“I have no further plans.”
Klopp has had great success in his management career and has received high praise for the incredible work he has done in Liverpool, with whom he won the Champions League and the Premier League last season, leaving the club waiting 30 years for a league. title.
Klopp will be a manager for nearly 24 years when his Liverpool deal ends in 2024
Klopp was very successful in his career and won the Bundesliga twice with Dortmund
Since arriving at Anfield in 2015, Klopp has made a significant rebuild not only in terms of staff, but also with a transforming effect on the club’s playing style.
Klopp won the Bundesliga twice in Borussia Dortmund and also reached the Champions League final in 2013.
It will be intriguing to see what Liverpool has in store next season, with Klopp’s side wanting to keep the title and compete in Europe too.
Before that, they have six Premier League games left to respond after the surprising 4-0 defeat to Manchester City.
MANAGERIAL CAREER OF KNOCK
2008-2015: Borussia Dortmund
Honour: Bundesliga: 2010-11, 2011-12, DFB-Pokal: 2011-12, DFB-Supercup: 2013, 2014
Premier League: 2019-20, Champions League: 2018-19, UEFA Super Cup: 2019, FIFA Club World Cup: 2019