Klopp appears to be working wonders at Anfield since his appointment as Brendan Rodgers’ replacement, and Danny Murphy has taken to talkSPORT to praise the German head coach and his positivity.
Murphy said: “What I like about Klopp is his positivity in terms of how he speaks. I watched him at Tottenham - I was 10 foot behind him - and every time he was shouting stuff to players, it was positive.”
Klopp is known as an eccentric head coach, who spends his time on the sidelines animated and active, rather than sitting idly by as his team play.
So far, since taking charge of Liverpool, Klopp has continued his form of being active on the touchlines, and he has endeared himself not just to the Anfield faithful, but fans of most Premier League clubs.
This activity, however, is not just for show, as it is always to improve his players wth words of encouragement and positivity. He wants to ensure his players are always performing at the top of their game, and he puts it upon himself during games to always motivate them.
Murphy has admitted he has been pleased with Klopp’s attitude during games since his switch to Merseyside, claiming he noticed this positive attitude that the German boss possesses all the way back during his first game in charge.
Klopp led Liverpool to a 0-0 draw with Spurs in his managerial debut, and Murphy saw first hand how the head coach was on the sidelines, something which he really liked about him.
And on the basis of results and how Liverpool have performed, Klopp’s managerial style appears to be working on Merseyside.