Few thoughts are more persistent in a sports fan’s mind than “It’ll never get better than this.” It’s a notion that tends to linger, refusing to let go. And often, it is justified. If the present is as good as it gets, then what’s to become of the future? Even in the glory of the moment, there’s always a yearning for something equal or even greater. Every Liverpool fan must have had that thought at some point in the nine years since Jurgen Klopp took the helm. While “our club” might still sound peculiar, given the current cynicism in sports, fans find solace in the unique bond they share with their team. Klopp made the supporters believe that it was their club, with him simply serving as a steward to restore it to its former glory. It was something we had glimpsed briefly in past years, but he turned it into a reality – victory by victory. The stories and names of Liverpool’s past European triumphs had been left to gather dust, as the club lagged behind its rivals. But when Klopp arrived and started implementing his unique style of play, it was as though Valhalla was within reach. The euphoria of the first season, with promising displays and exhilarating victories, was the first inkling of what was to come. Then came the arrival of key players, followed by outstanding performances that rekindled the belief that the club was headed in the right direction. In fact, the club’s eventual victories and progress under Klopp are mere by-products of the impact he had on the team and its supporters. With Klopp at the helm, Liverpool became more than just a team; it became a force that resonated with fans worldwide. The emotional outpouring of the fans, together with Klopp’s orchestration of events, transformed Liverpool into a captivating spectacle. Klopp instilled a sense of defiance, joy, and knowing in the club, creating a unique force unlike any other. It’s true that another manager might one day achieve an even greater trophy haul, but it’s unlikely that they will inspire the same emotional connection among the fans. The feeling we experienced during Klopp’s reign is a poignant reminder of what it means to be a true fan.