Liverpool analyst Harrison Kingston explains why he left the Merseyside club.
The former head of Liverpool’s post-match analysis joined the club back in 2012 and worked closely with Klopp’s assistant Peter Krawietz before and after games.
He decided to leave the club in 2020 after helping Liverpool win the Premier League title and a number of key members followed suit.
Since then, a number of important members left Anfield along with sporting director Michael Edwards last year.
Kingston reveals he decided to leave the club after he felt he achieved everything with Liverpool.
“Once we had achieved what we had achieved, it kind of felt like the right moment to leave,” Kingston told BBC Sport.
“What more can we do? You can go again and try to win it again and again, but it had always been in me to experience working abroad, to work internationally, to challenge myself in a different way.
“Family is also very important to me. Our daughter Poppy-Rose was two at the time and it was the best time to go for it, while she is young and adaptable. It meant she could have that experience and, together with my wife Leah’s great support, we could create some fantastic memories as a family.”