I dictate entirely how the team is prepared, and I am a hands-on coach; I love to be out there with the players taking the sessions.
The analysis of statistics is a big part of the modern game, and it's important as a modern manager to embrace areas that can help your team and players improve.
Even more important than statistics is then having the staff that can take the data and ensure it's presented in a way that improves individuals and teams.
Of course, as manager, the selection of the team is very much one of the biggest responsibilities I personally take, but I come to that decision thanks to advice and support of the people around me.
When you've got the ball 65-70% of the time, it's a football death for the other team...It's death by football.
I hope when my time as Liverpool manager is over, I'm remembered as someone who improved the team and left the club in a better position than I inherited it.
My template for everything is organisation. With the ball you have to know the movement patterns, the rotation, the fluidity and positioning of the team. When we have the football everybody's a player.
The responsibility will always go with the manager - you put out the team.
I think I've proven I can build a team that plays a way of football that excites and challenges at the top end of the table.
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