Jurgen Klopp beats Guardiola to win Manager of the Year award

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Jurgen Klopp has won another trophy this season. Liverpool manager awarded Sir Alex Ferguson LMA Player of the Year award.

Liverpool pushed Manchester City all the way to the Premier League title race and, despite finishing second in Pep Guardiola’s side, Klopp won the trophy.

The German coach received the award for his team’s excellent Premier League campaign, and also lifted the Carabao Cup and FA Cup to reach the UEFA Champions League final.

Jurgen Klopp spoke of his pride in winning the title of Sir Alex Ferguson.

“It’s a great privilege and it was a crazy season,” said Jurgen Klopp.

“The last day of the game when only two games were meaningless and, for one thing, we all played everything.”

“It was a little scary, it was not the best result for us, but we have already gone through it.

“And if you win an award like this you are smart, or you have a team of the best coaches in the world – I’m here with my four coaches, and they know how much I value them.”

The prize is determined on the basis of votes from the coaches of the four major divisions of English football: Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two.

Other coaches who received the most votes were Steve Cooper (Nottingham Forest), Pep Guardiola (Manchester City), Eddie Howe (Newcastle), Nathan Jones (Luton Town) and David Moyes (West Ham).

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