Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has given reasons why he is a good coach at the moment disclosing that it started long ago before his coming to the Anfield.
Klopp stated that the haka played a big role in his style and performance because of his attachment to it.
Haka is a traditional Maori war dance which Klopp has been an inspiration to him especially in the last three years in England.
The German manager recalls how the dance was done in the bus when he was in charge at Mainz before arriving at the Stadium for games in order to help boost the spirit of the players with a good mood.
Klopp noted that he is always happy to hear and see the dance because it is not only interesting to watch but has an impact in the mind. He will not be shy to recommend the dance to anyone.
Meanwhile, the former Borussia Dortmund boss is rising to becoming one of the best managers in the Premier League and in the club’s history as well with his performance in his three years reign.
He has handed hope to Liverpool for a title lift which was last experienced a decade ago, having come close to the Champion League where he was defeated in the finals by Real Madrid.