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Man City's quadruple history overshadowed by Liverpool's farewell! Club legacy!

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Post time 7-6-2024 07:16:54 | Show all posts |Read mode
This season, Manchester City made history by securing their fourth consecutive Premier League title with 91 points, becoming the first and only team in Premier League history to achieve this feat. However, the quadruple triumph seems to have been overshadowed by the farewell of Liverpool's manager, Klopp, at Anfield. The average viewership of Klopp's post-match farewell ceremony was 70% higher than that of Manchester City's title celebration.

In the final round of the Premier League, three matches were highly anticipated, with two involving Manchester City and Arsenal competing for the title. While these two matches garnered considerable attention, more eyes were on the match at Anfield. This was due to Klopp bidding farewell to Liverpool after nine seasons, making his last stand as the iconic manager who shaped an era of greatness.

Statistics show that Liverpool's final match against Wolves attracted a total of 1.2 million viewers, including many neutrals. Remarkably, Klopp's post-match farewell ceremony had a 70% higher viewership than Manchester City's title celebration. On YouTube, Klopp's farewell ceremony garnered 44% more views than Manchester City's celebration. Similarly, interactions on Twitter regarding "Klopp" exceeded those of "Manchester City" by 45%.

This illustrates that Liverpool is the more captivating team overall. Despite Manchester City's title win, Liverpool undeniably demonstrated what it means to be a prestigious club. Liverpool's allure surpasses that of other Premier League clubs, as evidenced by the viewership of the Premier League finale and Klopp's farewell ceremony.

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Post time 7-6-2024 09:32:28 | Show all posts
Manchester City's quadruple is indeed remarkable, but Klopp's farewell match is more captivating!
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Post time 8-6-2024 15:17:43 | Show all posts
Manchester City is too strong. Although either City or Arsenal could win the title in the final round, City will be champions as long as they win, and this has happened multiple times in recent years. It's always City who laughs last, so apart from City and Arsenal fans, other fans are basically visually fatigued. Four consecutive Premier League titles, four consecutive years of the same celebration with the same people—it might even be the same next year. What's the point of watching then?
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Post time 9-6-2024 06:41:47 | Show all posts
Klopp at Liverpool is different. Liverpool had been in a slump for so many years, and it was under Klopp's leadership that they experienced a full revival, winning the Champions League and the Premier League. Now, this legendary coach is leaving, and there's a high chance we won't see Klopp in the Premier League again. This is very significant for Liverpool fans and even more rare for neutral fans. The reluctance of Liverpool fans and the curiosity of neutral fans make it far more interesting than City's celebrations. The only downside is that Liverpool, despite a great season, collapsed at the end and lost everything. Not only did they hand the Premier League title back to City, but they also lost the Europa League title. Sending off Klopp with just a League Cup is a bit too thin. If Liverpool had won the Premier League by winning every game at the end of the season, Klopp's farewell ceremony might have been even more captivating.

Unfortunately, there are no ifs. Next season, Liverpool will no longer have Klopp. Can they maintain their title-challenging form under the leadership of a bald Dutchman, or will they lose their way like before Klopp's arrival? Let's wait and see!
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Post time 10-6-2024 05:00:49 | Show all posts
Whether more people care about Liverpool's farewell ceremony is really hard to say. Is there statistical data to prove this conclusion? Strong teams like Liverpool all have their own fans and receive attention. Moreover, some things cannot be simply compared!
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Post time 11-6-2024 09:26:20 | Show all posts
People just like to see things that are out of the ordinary. Maybe Manchester City winning the championship is too ordinary...
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Post time 11-6-2024 12:31:36 | Show all posts
In terms of heritage, Liverpool is definitely stronger. Manchester City can only be considered a rising star. British hardcore fans are quite nostalgic. Whether it's Liverpool, Arsenal, or Manchester United, they all have more fans than Manchester City.
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Post time 11-6-2024 20:51:38 | Show all posts
Maybe Manchester City winning the championship was already expected, and Klopp's farewell would be more intriguing instead!
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