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Klopp speaks on his chances of a title win

Timothy Aiyeku

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hopeful of winning trophies at the Anfield before quitting in the future.

Klopp admits he has introduced a style of play which has lifted the club but that won’t be it for him if he doesn’t win a title.

The German who completes three years at the club this week is yet to win silverware for the club having finished second in the Premier League last season and getting to the finals of the UEFA Champions League where he was defeated by Real Madrid.

Klopp says he doesn’t want to play good football and end up without trophies and that is why he is making efforts to ensure he wins something for this campaign.

The Reds boss admits he still has time to do something special at the club to achieve all that is available to be won but noted how difficult it is with other clubs also stepping up.

The German boasts to have the knowledge, experience and passion and he will not be leaving any of these out in his bid to achieve something at the club.

According to him, all his good work will certainly work out and hand him good results some day.

Liverpool have 20 points after 8 games in the Premier League after 8 games this season.

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Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.