Klopp described himself as 'lucky' at his Liverpool unveiling. The Reds are far more fortunate to have him.
And they certainly love him in Dortmund, where Nick Miller sees a city still entranced with Klopp.
Some prefer Messi. Some prefer Ronaldo. The continental Jamie Vardy provides the best of both worlds.
A positive result for Manchester City in Paris, but a supreme attack is still being let down by the defence
"A roly-poly sort of figure" but perhaps the greatest striker in the history of the game. Step forward Mr Puskas
German media was underwhelmed when Bayern signed a kid on loan from Juve. Not any more.
Should Leicester's players learn from Borussia Dortmund's exit failures and stay? Or take the prize at a big club?
Leicester, Sturridge, Martial, Martinez, Allardyce, De Bruyne, Loftus-Cheek and much, much more...
Barkley might still be the real deal, but new links with Manchester United fall on deaf ears. Still not yet
“You’ll never beat Wes Morgan," Forest fans would chant. Not far off, Leicester fans must think
'Doing a Tottenham' was once considered a failure for Liverpool. Now it is the template.
Iwobi's development has been similar to that of Walcott. But potential is better when you're 19, not 27.
If Aston Villa are to glean the slightest of positives from this season, it is Jack Grealish. Welcome back.
There are no more Jose Mourinho-shaped excuses for Loftus-Cheek. Time to keep it up, chief.
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