I think Klopp will do as well with us as he would with United, or Chelsea. That's how good he is. The structure we have today isn't something that had just been implemented by the club when Klopp arrived, it's been around. Today it comes to fruition because the man himself developed the players from average to someone special. That is why I gave him more credit. I have no bone to pick with Michael Edwards, like I never have any bones to pick with Lucas back then, which I hope you get it.Klopp's whole "thing" was that he was lucky enough to work with a very highly respected management team at Dortmund. Yes, they struggled with his replacements for a while before Favre, but they remain highly thought of. It takes all elements working together. Klopp would be the first to say that he wouldn't be the manager he is without all of the people he has been able to work with for his whole career. Edwards and his team struggled with Rodgers. Klopp would struggle at United.
You say it's just about "percentages", but you have priors for pouring cold water on any praise of Michael Edwards ("King Edwards", you say sarcastically). That isn't about giving credit where credit is due; you just have a weird bone to pick.