Jurgen Klopp rolled up on Merseyside to restore a sense of pride at Anfield as he delivered trophies at home and in Europe.A lot has changed in those seven years: Mohamed Salah has earned legend status at Anfield, and Virgil van Dijk has emerged as one of the best defenders in Premier League history.And with Klopp's place in Liverpool folklore secured as he marks his seventh-year anniversary in the dugout at Anfield, Daily Star Sport takes a look at where his first starting side are now.READ NEXT: Liverpool ace told Rafa Benitez 'you have no respect for me' pre-Champions League finalKlopp's first game for Liverpool came on 17 October 2015 - in a trip to White Hart Lane to Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham.The Reds had experienced a poor start under Brendan Rodgers, leading to the experienced boss to be shown the door.
Liverpool desperately needed three points after finding themselves in tenth - eight points off the pace set by Manchester City.However, Klopp's first game was a bore draw in north London, with neither side managing to find the net. Is Jurgen Klopp one of the best managers in Premier League history?
Let us know in the comments section Belgian shot-stopper Simon Mignolet was given the nod between the sticks that day, but he quickly fell out of favour with Klopp eventually leaving for Club Brugge in 2019.
Mignolet is experiencing something of a late-career revival in Belgium, shining in the Champions League this week especially in a 2-0 victory over Atletico Madrid.Klopp opted for a back four of Alberto Moreno, Mamadou Sakho, Martin Skrtel, and Nathaniel Clyne.Read more on dailystar.co.uk