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Where Liverpool have really improved under Jurgen Klopp – and it’s not on the pitch

Jurgen Klopp, you have to say, has done a superb job with Liverpool so far with them now one of the most attacking sides in the Premier League.

The Reds have flown out of the traps in many games this season and have to be considered Premier League contenders with them seven points behind Chelsea.

Their fans are absolutely right to be excited about what’s going on on the pitch but it’s the excitement about some of the stuff off of it that the German boss really needs to take credit for.

All of a sudden there is a genuine belief in everything the Reds are doing from the new stadium sections working with the atmosphere to every single transfer and that is down to Klopp’s all-encompassing managerial style.

It’s in the transfer market where you can really see the belief the fan base has in their manager, too, as with every name linked – recognised or not – there’s a feeling the German can get the best out of the player and turn them into a star.

Klopp’s got everyone pulling in the same direction at Liverpool – and they’re looking formidable.

That kind of positivity around potential new recruits hasn’t been around the club for some time with many a transfer being derided almost straightaway.

With Klopp, though, you feel any player that comes in has a chance of being a revelation and that kind of borderline absolute confidence is surely a formidable force.

People are buying into everything Liverpool are doing once again and if Klopp can get this effect to snowball with more and more decent signings that turn out to be class – the Reds are going to be difficult to stop.

The German’s restored belief in a fan-base that knows it’s football and it’s his performances not on a match-day, that’s what’s bringing the Reds better days so far.

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Article title: Where Liverpool have really improved under Jurgen Klopp – and it’s not on the pitch

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