How tall is Jurgen Klopp and how does he measure up in a league table of Premier League managers?
Find out which Premier League managers are constantly looking down on their rivals and which ones will forever struggle to hit the heights.
20. Brendan Rodgers - 1.70m
18= Thomas Frank - 1.75m
18= Bruno Lage - 1.75m
17. Antonio Conte - 1.76m
Conte's reputation for being an aggressive manager is probably well-deserved. Given that he comes in as the fourth tallest boss in the top flight, there might be a hint of small-man syndrome - we'd have guessed he was even smaller.
The Italian was a versatile, balding midfielder who earned 20 caps, scoring twice for his nation. He gained a full head of hair, which may account for the extra centimetres and went on to manage them 24 times between 2014 and 2016.
16. Mikel Arteta - 1.77m
13= Pep Guardiola, Eddie Howe, Claudio Ranieri - 1.80m
12. Ralf Rangnick - 1.81m
The newest face in the Premier League, the Manchester United interim boss would benefit from Cristiano Ronaldo's approach to team photos - always stand on your tiptoes.
10= Sean Dyche - 1.83m
10= Steven Gerrard - 1.83m
9. Marcelo Bielsa - 1.84m
Perennially crouching, it's a surprise there is even a figure available for Bielsa.
In fact the only time he is ever standing up, it is next to his translator, whose role is not in fact to help him out with his English but to make him look taller. Antonio Conte has already made two bids for him in the window.
8. Graham Potter - 1.85m
6= David Moyes, Dean Smith - 1.86m
5. Thomas Tuchel - 1.90m
3= Ralph Hasenhuttl - 1.91m
3= Jurgen Klopp - 1.91m
The Liverpool boss cut his teeth coaching Mainz and Borussia Dortmund - not his current teeth, obviously.