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After 1990, Liverpool has won their first league title yet Jurgen Klopp said he wasn’t extraordinary.

Jurgen Klopp maintained that he was “still the normal” after conveying Liverpool’s hotly-anticipated league title.

After a successful Premier League campaign, Liverpool has won their first league title since 1990.

Klopp called himself ‘the normal one’ taking the reins at Anfield in October 2015 – and the Liverpool manager said that he hadn’t changed.

He told the Mirror: “I am as yet the normal one. I Am Not Special. I have a couple of skills and, fortunately, they are required in football, this is something I really love, that’s all. I am not special. I am not looking for praise. I think I am a hero, I think I am a decent person. That sounds exhausting yet it is reality.”

Since taking over the leadership over Liverpool, Klopp has won the Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Club World Cup.

The 53-year-old, having coached against Crystal Palace supervisor Roy Hodgson – who turns 73 one month from now – in June, has no goals to delay his managerial career too long.

Klopp said: “I don’t see me doing this at that age. At the point when I became a manager, I thought … ‘Right, presently 25 force years start. I was seven and a half years at Mainz, seven at Dortmund and in 2024 it will be 23 and a half. I have no plans past that.”

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