The Reds ended a 30- year wait to end up being top-flight champions after Chelsea beat Manchester City.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner thinks the club’s appetite for success will not reduce in the wake of their first Premier League title win and is enthusiastic of “another period of sustained success”.
The Reds ended a 30- year wait to end up being top-flight champions after second- positioned Manchester City suffered defeat at Chelsea on Thursday night.
American Werner hailed the contribution of Reds manager Jurgen Klopp in producing a winning mindset at Anfield.
WE’RE PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS !! pic.twitter.com/qX7Duxoslm
— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions) (@LFC) June 25, 2020
The 70- year-old accepts it will be tough to be preserve this season’s “extraordinary level” however is positive the excellent times can continue.
When asked about the club’s next actions,
“We want to undersell and overdeliver. We hopefully would be ensuring another period of sustained success,” Werner informed liverpoolfc.com.
” The competition is intense and I understand our competitors are working relentlessly to overthrow us. We have actually got such skill in location as Jurgen, as Michael (Edwards, sporting director) and the team on the pitch.
” Among the important things that stuck to me this year was their appetite for winning. I do not think that will be decreased. They’re such an excellent group of players.
Yes. It feels THAT excellent. I want to thank all our advocates enjoying us from all corners of theworld You made this possible for us and I hope we can keep bringing you the pleasure you are worthy of. now they’re gon na think us pic.twitter.com/bqkXM1Fjpj
— Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) June 26, 2020
” I have such fondness for them as people off the pitch. They’re modest, they’re kind, they enjoy each other’s business. When they were all commemorating, you might see that in the videos.
“It’s a lot to ask them to stay at this extraordinary level but it is our goal to continue to play with this quality.”
City’s loss at Stamford Bridge left Liverpool with an undisputable 23- point lead with 7 fixtures to extra.
This season’s runaway title success comes a year after Klopp assisted the Reds to Champions League splendor.
At the end of the storm, there’s a golden sky …
You’ll Never ever Stroll Alone. pic.twitter.com/W3StY8FSPM
— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions) (@LFC) June 26, 2020
Werner loaded appreciation on the German coach however stopped short of evaluating him along with the great supervisors of Liverpool’s history.
“I didn’t have the pleasure of knowing or watching the great football of (Bill) Shankly and (Bob) Paisley, so I don’t really want to compare Jurgen to previous managers,” stated Werner, who has actually been chairman of the Merseyside club given that 2010.
” I feel in one’s bones that the league is very competitive and when we first ended up being associated with Liverpool over 10 years earlier, we were not even considering winning the league.
” Our dream was to simply end up being leading 4 and make it to the Champions League.
Costs Shankly won 3 First Division titles with Liverpool (PA)
” He has actually simply produced such an environment at Liverpool that there’s no alternative other than towin He has actually produced such an environment.
” Among the important things that I’m simply happy about whenever I watch the team is the number of players contribute.
“I also enjoy their joy because I saw a video of them celebrating together and you could just feel the camaraderie that this club has. We celebrated this as a club.”
On a somewhat sour note for the new champions, they had to concern a declaration on Saturday early morning– in unison with Merseyside Authorities and Liverpool City Council– asking fans to commemorate securely.
With the long-awaited minute being available in the middle of the global coronavirus pandemic, numerous revellers overlooked social distancing rules to commemorate.
Joint declaration from LFC, Merseyside Authorities and Liverpool City Council.
— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions) (@LFC) June 27, 2020
“Several thousand people turned up at the Pier Head on Friday June 26 and some chose to ignore the social distancing guidance and risk public safety,” the declaration checked out.
” Our city is still in a public health crisis and this behaviour is entirely undesirable.
” The capacity danger of a second peak of COVID-19 still exists and we need to collaborate to make certain we do not reverse whatever that has actually been attained as a region during lockdown.
“When it is safe to do so, we will all work together to arrange a victory parade when everyone can come together to celebrate. Until that time, the safety of our city and our people continues to be our number one priority.”