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Liverpool are managed by Jurgen Klopp who was given a hero's welcome on his arrival at Anfield in October 2015. The German replaced Brendan Rodgers, and has since thrilled the Premier League through his pre/post match press conferences, touchline antics, and that hilarious laugh.
Liverpool are one of the most successful teams in the history of British football. The Reds have won the League on no less than 18 occasions, while the European Cup has found its way back to Anfield five times. However, the Premier League title has always eluded the Merseyside club, who came agonisingly close to glory in 2013/14, missing out to Man City by just two points.
Some of the most famous managers in history have taken charge of Liverpool, including Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley, and Kenny Daglish, while it's now up to Klopp to stamp his name in the history books of this famous club.
An unbeaten run of 7 wins versus Spartak Moscow, Brighton and Hove Albion, Stoke City, Southampton, West Ham United, Maribor and Huddersfield Town and 3 draws against Everton, Chelsea and Sevilla has seen Liverpool produce 33 goals at an average of 3.3 and conceding 7 has also seen them gain a 26 goal difference over this period.
|13 Dec||Liverpool||20:00||West Bromwich Albion|
|26 Dec||Liverpool||15:00||Swansea City|
|30 Dec||Liverpool||15:00||Leicester City|
|13 Dec||vs West Bromwich Albion||20:00|
|16 Dec||@ Bournemouth||15:00|
|23 Dec||@ Arsenal||15:00|
|26 Dec||vs Swansea City||15:00|
|30 Dec||vs Leicester City||15:00|
|01 Jan||@ Burnley||15:00|