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Jurgen Klopp spotted enjoying Friday night out in Liverpool city centre

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Jurgen Klopp described himself as the 'normal one' upon his arrival at Liverpool yesterday. 

The German manager was keen to portray the image that he was just your average bloke during his first press conference at the Anfield club, and his Friday night antics would go some way to suggesting he is exactly that. 

With the majority of his squad away on international duty and no game until next weekend, the 48-year-old took some time to mingle with locals in Liverpool city centre as he enjoyed a drink on Hardman Street.

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A picture emerged online of the former Borussia Dortmund manager enjoying a pint of Stella Artois at 'The Old Blind School Pub' in a move that is sure to further endear him to the Anfield faithful.

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The humour, enthusiasm and passion that made him so popular among Borussia Dortmund supporters was clear to see at Anfield yesterday.

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His appointment has arguably caused more excitement among Liverpool fans than the return of legendary figure Kenny Dalglish in 2011. 

What is even more striking is the opinion of Manchester United fans, with many Red Devils supporters expressing their disappointment at his arrival.

That is sure to please the Anfield faithful and if Klopp can produce the sort of turnaround he managed at the Westfalenstadion then there is no end to what he can achieve on Merseyside. 

With Liverpool still involved in all cup competitions and only three points adrift of the top four, Champions League qualification and a trophy in his first season are a realistic ambition.

Following the doom and gloom surrounding the club in the final weeks of Brendan Rodgers' tenure, an air of positivity has well and truly arrived on Anfield. 

Can Jurgen Klopp win a cup in his first season as Liverpool manager? Have your say in the comments section below!

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