BY HARRY HARRIS -
FOREWORD BY JOHN BARNES
If three months has seemed like a long time to wait for Liverpool fans to finally, officially, win the Premier League title, it is nothing compared to the 30 years since the Reds last lifted the old First Division trophy back in April 1990.
In this, one of the strangest seasons football has known, the identity of the next champions of England has never really been in doubt.
In Champions At Last former Daily Mirror Chief Football Writer Harry Harris has followed the career of Jurgen Klopp and analyses how he has managed the transformation of Liverpool to such an extent that he is now seen as a modern incarnation of legendary boss Bill Shankly.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
HARRY HARRIS is a double winner of the British Sports Journalist of the Year award, who has successfully investigated football corruption, including producing dossiers on two former England managers. Harry was presented with the British Variety Club of Great Britain Silver Heart for “Contribution to Sports Journalism”, is a double winner of the Sports Story of the Year award, the only journalist to win the Sports Story of the year accolade twice. He has a total of 24 industry awards, a number related to his investigations into the murkier side of the Beautiful Game.
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