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Man Utd legend compares Jurgen Klopp to Sir Alex Ferguson

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There was a time in my life as a Liverpool fan where I would have to sit and endure Manchester United at the top of the footballing tree – the Red Devils were the cream of the crop and winning trophy after trophy, year after year and it seemed it would never end.

Fast forward to the present day and oh how things have changed. Liverpool are Premier League champions and defending their title – and the Manchester United legends of my youth now sit in envy of Jurgen Klopp’s side, much like Gary Neville below – who has even had the kind heart to compare Klopp to one of the world’s greatest ever managers and his former boss, Sir Alex Ferguson…

Albeit not quite in the type of comparison you may have expected, but a comparison nonetheless. Neville has stated how Klopp’s recent calls for 5 substitutes and a change in the kick-off times for clubs playing midweek in Europe are no different to Ferguson’s calls 20 years ago when with United.

Neville makes the point that Liverpool would easily win the league if the squad was fully fit and without the current injuries they are experiencing at the moment, they are by far the best team in the league – a great thing to hear for a Liverpool fan.

It is evident that Klopp’s calls aren’t just for the benefit of Liverpool but for every team in the league – his concerns are over the welfare of the players and it’s as simple as that. The 5 substitute rule would be a great start to seeing if their will be an improvement in players’ injuries and would be easier to implement than completely reshuffling the kick-off times – who knows, maybe even just the substitute change could be enough to make a difference.

What do you think Liverpool fans, do you agree with what Gary Neville has to say? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below…

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