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Biography Of Jurgen Klopp: Profile, Career Journey And Brilliant Achievements


Biography Of Jurgen Klopp: Profile, Career Journey And Brilliant Achievements

Jurgen Klopp (Twitter @lfc)

JAKARTA – The profile and biodata of Jurgen Klopp, the coach of the Liverpool club, has become one of the interesting things for world football fans. Not only Liverpool fans but everyone who enjoys the beautiful game of football.


The philosophy of gegenpressing has been so attached to Klopp’s name. This is what makes Liverpool able to win the Champions League 2018-2019. Then followed by the 2019-2020 Premier League champions.


Gegenpressing itself is the German term for a counter-pressing strategy. This is a defensive tactic from an aggressive forward. Gegenpressing works starting from the front line players who immediately press intensely when the team loses the ball.


Jürgen Klopp Biography


Klopp’s full name is Jurgen Norbert Klopp. He was born on June 16, 1967 in the City of Stuttgart, Germany. His parents are Norbert Klopp and Elisabeth Klopp.


Since his childhood, Klopp has been fond of several sports activities. He studied skiing, tennis and football. But what he loves most is football.


His dream as a famous professional soccer player was started when he was 16 years old. At that time he joined a local club, Ergenzingen at junior level. There he played from 1983-1989.


Career as a professional player began in 1987 by joining the club FC Pforzheim. Then in 1990 he won a contract with the club Mainz 05. There, Klopp was installed as a striker. But in 1995, Klopp was placed as a defender.


Throughout 11 years at Mainz 05, Klopp managed to score a total of 52 goals from 337 appearances. He ended his professional football career in 2001 and uniquely immediately switched careers as a coach.


Jurgen Klopp’s Career


His initial story as a coach at Mainz 05 is quite exciting. Because in the last year, he was injured and the club’s condition was not good. Then Klopp was trusted as a coach. It turned out that Klopp had successfully lifted Mainz 05 from relegation in the 2000-2001 season.


Then the club for the first time successfully promoted to the top caste of the German League. Before finally he resigned at the end of the 2007-2008 season because he failed to return the club to the Bundesliga. Previously, the club was cast down due to many star players who migrated.


In the same year, Klopp decided to move to the club Borussia Dortmund. The club he had not taken into account was the main competitor for Bayern Munich. His achievements were phenomenal and made Bayern no longer the only ruler of the German League.


History continued in 2015 when Klopp officially became Liverpool coach. His achievements did not come too long. Klopp successfully won the 2018-2019 UEFA Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup 2020, and won the 2019-2020 English League. This is Liverpool’s first success in 30 years.


Career Club Player


FC Pforzheim (1987) Eintracht Frankfurt II (1987 – 1988) Viktoria Sindlingen (1988 – 1989) Rot-Weiss Frankfurt (1989 – 1990) Mainz 05 (1990 – 2001)

Klopp started playing for local club SV Glatten and then TuS Ergenzingen as a youth player, with subsequent stints at 1. FC Pforzheim and then at three clubs Frankfurt, Eintracht Frankfurt II, Viktoria Sindlingen and Rot-Weiss Frankfurt during his youth. Introduced to football through his father, Klopp was a supporter of VfB Stuttgart in his youth.


While playing as an amateur footballer, Klopp did a number of part-time jobs including working at a local video rental shop and loading heavy goods onto trucks. In 1988, while studying at the Goethe University of Frankfurt, as well as playing for a non-professional Eintracht Frankfurt, Klopp managed Frankfurt D-Juniors. In the summer of 1990, Klopp was signed by Mainz 05.


Career Club Manager


Eintracht Frankfurt U13 (1987 – 1988)

Klopp admitted that as a player he felt more suited to a managerial role, describing himself as saying “I have the legs of the fourth division and the head of the first division”. Recalling his trial at Eintracht Frankfurt where he played alongside Andreas Moller, Klopp described how his 19-year-old self thought, “if it’s football, I play a completely different game. He’s world class. I’m not even classy.”


Mainz 05 (2001 – 2008)

After retiring from playing for Mainz 05 in the 2. Bundesliga, Klopp was appointed manager of the club on 27 February 2001 following the sacking of Eckhard Krautzun. The day after, Klopp took charge of their first game, with Mainz 05 securing a 1-0 home win over MSV Duisburg. Klopp went on to win six of his first seven games as coach, eventually finishing 14th, avoiding relegation with a game to spare.


Borussia Dortmund (2008 – 2015)

In May 2008, Klopp was approached to become the new manager of Borussia Dortmund. Despite having interest from German champions Bayern Munich, Klopp ended up signing a two-year contract at the club, which ended in a disappointing 13th place under previous manager Thomas Doll. Klopp’s opening match as manager was on 9 August 2008 with a 3-1 DFB-Pokal win away to Rot-Weiss Essen.


In his first season, Klopp won his first trophy with the club after beating German champions Bayern Munich to claim the 2008 German Super Cup. He led the club to a sixth place finish in his first season in charge. The following season Klopp secured European football as he led Dortmund to a fifth-place finish, despite having one of the youngest squads in the league.


At the start of the 2013–14 season, Klopp extended his contract until June 2018. Klopp was fined €10,000 on 17 March 2014 after being sent off from the Bundesliga match against Borussia Mönchengladbach. The dismissal was the result of a “verbal attack” on the referee, Deniz Aytekin, who said Klopp’s behavior was “disrespectful on more than one occasion”.


His last match as team coach was the 2015 DFB-Pokal Final, where Dortmund lost 3-1 against VfL Wolfsburg. Dortmund finished in the league in seventh place[77] and were knocked out of the Champions League in the last 16 by Juventus. He finished with a record 178 wins, 69 draws and 70 losses.


Liverpool (2015 – Present)

On 8 October 2015, Klopp agreed to a three-year contract to become Liverpool manager, replacing Brendan Rodgers. According to El País, Liverpool co-owner John W. Henry did not trust public opinion so he sought a mathematical method very similar to Moneyball, the approach Henry used for the Boston Red Sox in guiding them to three World Series wins, which he also had through Fenway. Sports Group.


Klopp went on to receive the Premier League Manager of the Month award for December 2018.


In the 2019 Champions League final, at the Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid against Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool won 2-0 with goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi, giving Klopp his first trophy with Liverpool, his first Champions League title and Liverpool’s sixth European Cup/Champions League. .


Achievements as Manager


Mainz 05 Bundesliga promotion: 2003–04 Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga: 2010–11, 2011–12 DFB-Pokal: 2011–12 DFL-Supercup: 2013, 2014 UEFA Champions League runners-up: 2012–13 Liverpool Premier League: 2019–20 UEFA Champions League: 2018–19; runner-up: 2017–18 UEFA Europa League runner-up: 2015–16 UEFA Super Cup: 2019 FIFA Club World Cup: 2019 Individual German Football Manager of the Year: 2011, 2012, 2019 Deutscher Fernsehpreis: 2006, 2010 Onze d’ Or Coach of the Year: 2019 The Best FIFA Men’s Coach: 2019, 2020 IFFHS World’s Best Club Coach: 2019 IFFHS Men’s World Team: 2019 World Soccer Awards World Manager of the Year: 2019 Globe Soccer Awards Best Coach of the Year: 2019 LMA Hall of Fame: 2019 LMA Manager of the Year: 2020 Premier League Manager of the Season: 2019–20 Premier League Manager of the Month: September 2016, December 2018, March 2019, August 2019, September 2019, November 2019, December 2019, January 2020, May 2021 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award: 2020 British Embassy German-British #Freundship Award: 2021

Jurgen Klopp’s salary


Klopp had a five-year contract with the club in December 2019 so he will remain at Anfield until the end of the 2023/2024 season. His basic salary is recorded at 15 million pounds (equivalent to Rp290 billion) per season. This salary makes him the highest paid coach in the Premier League with Pep Guardiola.


The following is a summary of Jurgen Klopp’s profile and biodata complete with his coaching career and salary. Hopefully it can be a reference for English football lovers.


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