Liverpool Klopp Aims To Add Carabao Cup Before Exiting Liverpool

Before his team’s final game against Chelsea, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp stated that winning the League Cup would be an important addition to the last chapter of a memoir with Liverpool.

Citing waning vitality, Klopp has declared his decision to leave his position as manager of Liverpool at the end of the current campaign.

As part of his trophy-filled nine-year era, the 56-year-old, who is the first manager in Liverpool history to win six major trophies, would dedicate the win to everyone associated with the Merseyside club.

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“I want to win on Sunday but not for me or my trophy cabinet,” Klopp said of the League Cup final.

“It is for the boys, for the club, for the people. That is much more important.

“We wrote, and we are still writing, a wonderful book, and when I leave we close that book and put it on the shelf and then someone else will write a wonderful book.

“Yes, there is space for some chapters. It is long. I am not there and writing the resume already? Not at all.

” I am 100% in trying to create a few special memories on top of what we have done.”

With players like Diogo Jota, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alisson, and Curtis Jones out and forwards Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, and midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai doubtful for Sunday’s match, Klopp’s team may not be able to win a record-tying 10th League Cup at Wembley.

Liverpool’s greatest victory occurred in the 2021–22 season, when they won the FA Cup as well.

They also finished second in the Premier League, just missing out on a trifecta.

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