Klopp’s revival of Liverpool has come from far more than rabble-rousing. (Anthony Devlin/PA via AP)
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A confessed admirer of the underdog tales of Robin Hood and Rocky Balboa, Jurgen Klopp is probably uncomfortable with Liverpool's status as strong favorites in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal, first leg against Roma.It hasn't always been such a smooth ride since Klopp arrived at Anfield two-and-a-half years ago.Premier League champions City's evisceration by a three-goal blitz in 19 first-half minutes was just another chapter in a long history of famous European nights at Anfield.However, Klopp's revival of Liverpool has come from far more than rabble-rousing.Most impressively of all, Klopp's management has also ensured that Liverpool's flurry of goals hasn't dried up, despite losing Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for 142 million pounds ($199 million) in January and not buying a natural like-for-like replacement.
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