View from the Kop: The indelible mark Jurgen Klopp will leave on Liverpool and why no transfer target is now beyond the club’s grasp

One week on from the incredible scenes that accompanied the Liverpool’s triumphant return to the city, with European Cup number six in the bag, Dan Kay and Paul Philbin join host Paul Wheelock for a View from the Kop fans’ podcast. Dan and Philbo were both in Madrid to see the Reds win the Champions League, but has it sunk in yet? And how does the feeling differ to the last time the Reds won Ol’ Big Ears in Istanbul in 2005? The Anfield season-ticket holders answer those questions and then marvel at the big difference Jurgen Klopp has brought about in the past 12 months. From Alisson – who Philbo makes a big claim about – to Joel Matip and Divock Origi, there is plenty of praise for members of Klopp’s squad. But the biggest accolades go to the Liverpool manager himself, who if history proves anything, will be here for another three seasons at least. But why shouldn’t it be longer? Philbo and Dan discuss that and then turn their thoughts to the summer and the ‘lovely position’ the Reds find themselves in. Also on the agenda is the plans to increase the capacity in the Anfield Road end before our panel answer four quick-fire questions about what will go down as one of the greatest seasons in this great club’s history. Enjoy. 

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