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HomeEPL (English Premier League)Fowler: I will let Klopp have the nickname ‘God’

Fowler: I will let Klopp have the nickname ‘God’

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After their title win, Former Reds striker Robbie Fowler joked that he was willing to give the German his nickname “God”.

Since 1990 Liverpool clinched its first league title, Jurgen Klopp is the new “God”, proposed Robbie Fowler.

On Thursday champions of the Premier League was crowned by the Reds, after Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.

Throughout his time in Liverpool Fowler received the nickname ‘God’, joked that he was able to turn it over to Klopp, the boss.

“I think I’m going to have to relinquish this God shout now, give it on to Jurgen. Jurgen can be called ‘God’ now, can’t he?” he told Optus Sport.

“I’ll let him have that, I’ll let him have it.”

“I honestly feel brilliant, I know we haven’t played for Liverpool for a long time but to be here and witnessing what we’ve witnessed, it’s absolutely incredible, it really is.”

In 2015 Klopp joined Liverpool and has led the club to a Premier League title, Champions League crown, and UEFA Super Cup and World Cup Club trophies.

Fowler, who is now A-League club coach Brisbane Roar, paid tribute to the German manager.

“Since Jurgen’s been there, I think the belief that he has given the players and they really go into every game believing that they will win, believing that no one can touch them,” he said.

“He’s got the attitude absolutely spot on. What he said four years ago that he’s going to bring the Premier League to this club, he’s absolutely nailed it. In four years, he’s been in the Europa League final, he’s been in a Champions League final twice, obviously, they’ve won it once, and now the Premier League.”

“I think the belief that he’s instilled into them players has been nothing short of just a phenomenal bit of man management.”

Captain Jordan Henderson also paid tribute to Klopp on the night, calling him “a great leader and a great human being”.

“What you see is what you get, with his press conferences and on the sidelines,” Henderson told Sky Sports.

“Obviously, he has got more of a personal side with the players, but he has got a balance of having a relationship with the players and being a friend but also being a bit ruthless when he needs to be.”

“He is a great leader and a great human being and we all believe in him. We have got an amazing group and that is down to the manager and how he has gelled them all together. It’s not a coincidence and it’s a credit to him and all the staff.”

Rupal Purohit
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