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Man Utd fan posts tweet about Jurgen Klopp on his anniversary as Liverpool manager

It’s been three years since Liverpool unveiled Jurgen Klopp as their manager.

The eccentric German coach replaced Brendan Rodgers in October 2015 and quickly became a popular figure at Anfield.

“I believe in a playing philosophy that is very emotional, very fast and very strong,” said Klopp upon arriving at Liverpool. “My teams must play at full throttle and take it to the limit every single game.

“Liverpool has extraordinary supporters and Anfield is a world renowned home, with an incredible atmosphere.

“I want to build a great relationship with these supporters and give them memories to cherish.”

In May, thousands of Liverpool fans descended on Kiev for their first Champions League final in over a decade – but they were beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid.

This season, Klopp is hoping to end Liverpool’s wait for a maiden Premier League title.

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They’re the two most decorared clubs in the history of English football – and the rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool runs deep.

Under Sir Alex Ferguson, the Red Devils overtook Liverpool as England’s most successful club.

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However, their Merseyside rivals are rising back to prominence under Klopp and are widely regarded as one of the best attacking teams in Europe.

But, on his three-year anniversary since taking charge, one Man United fan posted a truthful tweet about the former Borussia Dortmund boss.

Brutally honest! It’s been retweeted thousands of times, probably by mostly Man United fans.

Klopp has reached three finals since arriving at Liverpool in 2015 but he really must take the next step if he is to be considered a success at Anfield.

In August, BBC pundit Ian Wright said it would be a “failure” if Klopp fails to win anything this season.

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