Jurgen Klopp eager to fufill a four-year promise at Anfield


Jurgen Klopp made a four-year promise to Red fans that is near accomplishment

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Jurgen Klopp took over the Anfield managerial role in October 2015 after Bredan Rodgers departure, following his arrival the ex Borussia Dortmund boss pledged that if he went four years without winning in a major competition then his next job would be in Switzerland.

But if his Liverpool side finish top of the Premier League or lift the European Cup it still won't be mission complete as the German is eyeing a long-term success with the Merseysiders

Klopp said, prior to Liverpool 2-0 win over Cardiff City: "A lot of people reminded me when I came here and signed a four-year contract that in four years we probably would have won something.

"[But] it didn't happen yet.

"Look, both sides, the club and myself, have a wonderful commitment that we really try everything to make the club as successful as possible.

"How long it will take I have no clue. The position we are now in I am really happy with.

"Not that it is the final position we want to be, but the awareness from outside of the club, where we are, second time in a Champions League semi-final. That is really special.

"It is not where we want to be at the end. We want to improve. Our problem is the other teams do not sleep and have made a lot of good decisions as well."

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