As he approaches a significant historical marker in Europe, Jurgen Klopp accuses Liverpool of being “arrogant.”

Against LASK in the Europa League, Ian Doyle previews Liverpool’s game at the Raiffeisen Arena.

Jurgen Klopp returns to Liverpool, where he essentially began his career, about 2,682 days after the heartbreaking disappointment of Basel.


Even though the immediate mission is the same, it is much smaller in scope than the one the Reds manager took on when he initially started working at Anfield almost eight years ago.

Despite playing the bulk of the game with 10 men, Klopp’s first home game in command of Liverpool was a Europa League group encounter against Rubin Kazan, and the 1-1 tie served as an early warning of the work that had to be done to restore old glory.

Since then, there has been a sizable amount of development, with the occasional setback being shrugged off as Liverpool emerged as the only team to genuinely challenge Manchester City’s financially secure hegemony in England.


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