I second that, good post.
I loved Brazil 82 because of the way they scored crazy goals and the artful way they played. I love Klopp's Liverpool because of the ride they take you on. It's like were not in control but you feel safe. I loved Rafa's Liverpool because of their control, what they did with what they had. I feel city leave you a bit bereft. They run up cricket scores and unbelievable possession but come unstuck like clockwork when they are pressed.
I've loved it all from Sir Bill through to Jürgen Klopp. Said it before that Klopp touches the soul of the great City of Liverpool. He understands the emotional connection we have for the club and the people of liverpool.
I'm a scouser in exile in Northern Ireland (married a Lurgan lass) but I miss the City and the humour to this day. But it's great to have a Boss who knows and understands Merseyside mentality.