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Each of the books is a compilation of the columns the Liverpool manager and captain wrote for the official Liverpool FC Matchday Programme during the team’s title winning 2019/20 season.
Before every game at Anfield, Jürgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson write their columns. They aren’t told what to write, nor is there a line of questioning led by a journalist. They set their own agendas, pick their own topics.
“Football offers the chance for people from all backgrounds and all communities to come together and focus on achieving something amazing through collective effort. Everyone – from the players to the staff to the supporters – shares equally in the joyous moment of a goal or a win.
“We can all experience the fulfilment that comes from helping each other. Supporters give energy to the players through atmosphere and players give energy back through their commitment and enterprise. Everyone contributes and everyone benefits.
“These are the values that will shape our season.”
Klopp ahead of the epic 5-2 Merseyside derby win…
“I love the passion around this game. I love how much it matters to both of us. I love that it’s an obsession for both sets of supporters and therefore we, as a team, who have the responsibility to perform, must be respectful of that.
“It can never be written off as ‘just another game’. Again, from my experiences, Everton buy into the emotion of it really well – and so far in my time here, I feel we have as well.
“These contests are about aggression and intensity. But by aggression I mean the positive aspect of it, not the negative. It’s about being aggressive in your intent to be positive and brave. Show courage in decision-making. Be aggressive in the amount of yourself you will give to get the result.”
Klopp before his team were presented with the Premier League trophy, following the final home game of the season against Chelsea…
“It is so important to enjoy the wonderful moments when they come. And this is one of those. I don’t normally like referencing the length of time Liverpool has endured before claiming this title, because so often when working to clinch it my message was to ignore the weight of that gap.
“Last season, when we came so close, I said to the players afterwards that this was not the 29th attempt for them – for us, it was our first proper one. I also told them I loved them, appreciated them and was so proud to be able to call myself their manager.
“Everything I said in the dressing-room after Wolves at home last season when we came so close but ultimately could only achieve runners up, applies now but even more so.
“I could not love this group of players more. I could not appreciate them more. I could not be more proud of them. This achievement is their achievement. Their focus. Their dedication. Their talent. Their hunger. That’s what has delivered this title. They sacrificed, individually and collectively, and they have their rewards. This group of players are giants for what they achieved.”