Liverpool fans have everything to be worried about this season following the record of every seventh season of Jurgen Klopp’s managerial career.
Statistics show that the tactician has failed to produce good results when entering in the seventh year of every club he managed.
Jurgen Klopp started his managerial journey in 2001 at Mainz 05 when he took charge as a head coach for the second division Bundesliga side before helping them to secure promotion to the top tier in 2004.
The 55-year-old was relegated in 2007 when he was in his seventh season from the top league and after failing to achieve promotion again, Klopp resigned in 2008.
He joined Borussia Dortmund the same year guiding them to the Bundesliga title in 2010–11 beating Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich who were the dominants of the league for a long period of time.
Klopp is remembered for guiding the German side to the Champions league final in 2013 when he lost to his big rivals Bayern Munich 2-1 at Wembley stadium.
The tactician finished 7th in Bundesliga table in his seventh season in charge and also lost the German cup final the same season before he decided to quit his job at the end of the campaign.
The ‘normal one’ joined Liverpool in October 2015 replacing Brendan Rodgers and he built a strong Liverpool side that ended a 30-year era without an English premier league title when he won the league in the 2019-2020 season.
Klopp who is well known for his attacking football style has won everything at Liverpool in his last six years at Anfield.
He has entered the seventh season in Merseyside and for the first time in his managerial career he has failed to win a single game in the first three matches of the season with Liverpool.
Is the seventh season a ‘curse’ for Jurgen Klopp’s career?
Is this the end of Klopp as Liverpool’s manager given his history after every loss in his previous clubs?