I was having a think about different managers and how they make an impact on the players under them. How the managers attitude can have a positive or negative impact. How their actions can run off on their players. You look at Pep and Klopp, they are so animated, very passionate and extremely over the top. But in my opinion this isn’t a bad thing. Yes it’s embarassing to watch them as managers sometimes but I genuinely believe the more energetic the manager is, the more energetic and up for it the players are in the field. It goes back to when we had Ferguson, he was consistently on the line (even in the pitch at times) shouting at his players, really celebrating every goal and win. He always showed how passionate he was. The players under the Ferguson era seemed to mimic his attitude exactly. Thus being energetic, chasing every ball and using every ounce of energy they have. This exact theory goes for Pep and Klopp too. They may be very dislikable characters but they both get the very best out of their players. Their players always give everything even if Liverpool can be a bit shit at time. Under Mourinho we seem to lack any energy anywhere on the field, we don’t go chasing after balls and closing down the opposition. The lack of enthusiasm seems to hamper us so many times. You then look at Mourinhos attitude and body language and it resembles exactly what you see on the field. This can’t be a coincidence. Conte another example. Sulking, moaning and looking completely miserable all the time. Look at their results. Does anybody else feel the manager can influence the players through his own personality in such a big way or is it just me?