Mane: Klopp Is Best Football Coach In The World

Mane: Klopp Is Best Football Coach In The World

Senegal and Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has rated Jurgen Klopp as the best coach in world football today for what the German has achieved as The Reds manager since arrived Anfield.

Mane told the latest edition of the official Liverpool FC Monthly Magazine that Klopp standout with top notch peculiar qualities among among some known good coaches.

Klopp replaced Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager in 2015, and has steadily lick the side into ship shape to become a top club to reckon with in the world. The Reds UEFA Champions League triumph last season and their current pole position in the Premier League title chase speaks volume of his managerial savvy as now being talked up by Mane.

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“I would struggle to describe just how successful he has been for Liverpool,” Mane who was one of Klopp’s first signings as Liverpool manager in 2016 – a £34million switch from Southampton, told the club’s official magazine.

“Everybody can see what he has done for this club, for this city and the quality he has as a manager.

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“There are a lot of good managers in Europe but what I can say is that our manager always has the right words and the right things to manage his team, especially knowing how to deal with his team.

“I would always trust his influence on the team. He is a winner and I would say he is the best in the world.”

Mane has grown into a daredevil forward under Klopp. After emerging as joint top scorer last season along with with teammate Mohamed Salah and Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, he has maintained a rich vein of form this term with 11 goals so far.

Firmino, Mane and Salah

Mane also reflects on the awesome Salah resourceful he has been in goal scoring for Liverpool alongside Mohammed Salah and Roberto Firmino. The trio have turned in a total 182 goals for The Reds since 2017/18 season.

Mane said: “We are all from different countries and speak different first languages but I think football is one language and it is universal so everybody can speak it.

“It is the same with Mo, Bobby and myself.”

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