2) Klopp is using Liverpool’s depth more than Rodgers did
One recurring theme that Liverpool supporters quickly picked up when they searched for information on Klopp ahead of his arrival in October was that he is a believer in developing young players.
His track record contains names such as Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic and Bayern Munich star Mario Gotze and he has given many youngsters a chance to shine at Liverpool already this season.
Brad Smith grabbed an assist against Southampton in the League Cup, while Connor Randall, Cameron Brannagan and Joao Teixeira have all been deployed in cup games under Klopp.
Jordon Ibe, who was handed his debut under Rodgers, didn’t have much of a look-in under the Northern Irishman this term, but Klopp has since transformed him into a confident player with big potential.
Ibe’s powerful runs forward embody Klopp’s rapid style of play, while Joe Allen and Divock Origi are two other players who have came in from the background to shine under the 48-year-old.