Jürgen Klopp is by far and away the best coach in the world right now. The Liverpool gaffer has collected an embarrassment of individual accolades in the past couple of seasons, he is the current FIFA Coach of the Year. Unfortunately, Jürgen Klopp could be robbed of a perfect season by Frank Lampard.
Liverpool have become an unstoppable juggernaut this season.
In the Premier League we have only seen The Reds drop two points throughout campaign: a one all draw away at Manchester United.
Such is the side’s form, Jürgen Klopp has won the manager of the month award a record five times this season – more than any other manager has ever achieved in a single campaign.
The boss has been named manager of the month every month so far barring October.
Shortly after Halloween the gong was awarded to Frank Lampard after his Chelsea side won all three of their games in October: beating Southampton, Newcastle United and Burnley.
Meanwhile, The Reds dropped just two points that month, beating Spurs and Leicester but drawing away at Manchester United.
In all honesty, can any football fan argue that taking maximum points from Southampton, Newcastle and Burnley is harder than seven points from Spurs, Leicester, and United away?
Frankly, Jürgen Klopp was robbed by Frank Lampard in October; it now seems as though this could rob the boss of a perfect season.
If The Reds carry on with their current form then it is not unrealistic to think that Klopp could bag the manager of the month for the remainder of the season.
It will be a real shame to look back on that one absent month in retrospect, whilst Lamps had a better win ratio he had a far easier fixture list.