The German coach Jürgen Klopp, who is currently managing the English Premier League giant Liverpool FC since 2015 admitted that it is not easy to beat rivals club to win Premier League title in the Premier League who are constantly improving.
"Everyone wants the success Klopp had at Dortmund but no one wants to go through the process" https://t.co/bTKgNw4eaH— Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC) January 31, 2017
According to the former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp, it is not easy for Liverpool to challenge for the Premier League title after a number of difficult seasons because of the constant development of their rivals.
The English Premier League giant Liverpool FC have not won the league since 1989-90 and so Jurgen Klopp's arrival at Anfield during the 2015-16 campaign boosted hopes that Liverpool could at last end their title drought, but the team suffered last season and finished in the eight.
But, this season it was Liverpool FC, who appeared to be table topper Chelsea's main rival for the title this year after a good start to 2016-17.
However, a poor run of form in January, leading up to their 1-1 draw with the Blues on Tuesday, has seen them drop to fourth place in the table, 10 points behind the leaders.
And recently in an interview the 49-year-old German man Jürgen Klopp has admitted that it is not easy for Liverpool to challenge for the Premier League title after a number of difficult seasons because of the constant development of their rivals,
As Klopp said, "You all know better than me about this club and what happened the last few years,"
"When we started here everyone was hoping it happened immediately. We improved a lot but the problem is other teams do not sleep. The fight for something is always tight and intense.”
"I love being here, I know it is a real challenge to be successful in this league.”
"Everyone has an opinion, but we have to stay concentrated and do the job. The day is not long enough to do what other people want.”
"Even when you are a perfect side, and we are not, you will lose football games. But we have proved often enough that we know the way. We are still not too bad, so let's go for it."