Jürgen Klopp has been awarded The Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2020.
The winner was decided by a combined vote of Football Fans, Journalists, National Team Coaches and Captains, as a mark of respect of the achievements between July 2019 and October 2020.
The Other Best FIFA Men’s Coach Nominees were: Marcelo Bielsa (Manager – Leeds United), Hans-Dieter Flick (Manager – FC Bayern München), Julen Lopetegui (Manager – Sevilla FC) and Zinedine Zidane (Manager – Real Madrid CF).
Last year, Klopp won The Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2019 Award.
The Charismatic Coach has now won back-to-back Awards and in doing so became the first to win the Best FIFA Men’s Coach Award twice.
The German led the Reds to UEFA Super Cup 2019 Title, FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Title and the Club’s first English League Title after 3 Decades.
The Reds Premier League 2019-20 Stats: Matches – 38; Wins – 32; Draw – 3; Losses – 3
Klopp has won in addition 5 “Manager of the Month” Awards which surpassed Pep Guardiola’s 4 “Manager of the Month” Awards (2017-18 Season).
Under Klopp, the Reds broke numerous records on route to winning the Premier League 2019-20 Title.
Notable Records broken during Premier League 2019-20 Season:
- Winning the League Title with 7 matches to spare
- Fastest to 30 wins
- Most home wins in a row
- and many more
After the German Tactician masterminded the Reds to their Premier League 2019-20 Title, the Reds became reigning English, World and European Champions at the same time.
Verdict: After an unbelievable record breaking 2019-20 Season, the legitimacy of awarding Klopp is unquestionable.
The Charismatic German is truly the worthy winner of The Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2020.