The premier league trophy has been away from Anfield for quite some time now and every season brings a sense of hope and expectation from the fans and the players. After the arrival of Jurgen Klopp, these expectations are turning into possible hopes as the manager is working hard on getting the team tactics and the squad right. In his first season as a manager, Klopp managed to get his team to two finals and had his hands really close to silverware. These are all encouraging signs and the fans now have a manager to believe in. It is highly optimistic to say that Liverpool have a chance of winning the league but it is surely not an easy task. Here are the three reasons why we think Liverpool can win the premier league:
Klopp’s first complete season:
Jurgen Klopp has been here for quite some time now and gradually, he is establishing his tactics and style of play with his new team. This will be Klopp’s first full season in charge and it naturally leads to expectations from the fans across the globe. It will be fair to say that the manager has had a really positive impact ever since he arrived at Anfield and this factor can possibly be one of the reasons for the fans to be optimistic.
The new dynamics:
Liverpool looked a much stronger side as compared to last season and if the form and fitness of the key players remains intact, the Reds can really roll this time around. With the addition of Mane, Wijnaldum and Grujic, the midfield and attacking midfield looks more dynamic and thus, adds more strength to the squad. If the new players combine well with the existing squad and a partnership is set up, it is possible that the Reds can have the results in their favour and a march towards the trophy can begin.
The paradox of competition:
The English league looks more competitive than ever with some of the best managers of the world managing some of the biggest clubs. Also, last season teams like Leicester and West Ham demonstrated that they are no longer the small clubs and gave a tough competition to other teams. Amidst all this, it seems highly likely that the point’s gap between the top four to five clubs will not be much and thus leading to all sorts of possibilities. If the Reds manage to get the right results, the premiere league trophy will not be a distant dream anymore.