In Jurgen Klopp's first press conference as Liverpool manager he told reporters "I am a totally normal guy. I am the normal one, maybe".
It was in contrast to Jose Mourinho, who famously called himself "the special one" in his first Chelsea press conference.
It now seems like Liverpool FC want to keep that slogan for themselves, and have gone as far as to apply for a trademark under European law.
The application was made on the 19th October, a week after Klopp was hired.
If the bid is successful, expect to see the slogan adorning shirts, mugs, and scarves.
- Arsenal v Burnley
- Bury/Bradford City v Hull City
- Carlisle/Yeovil v Everton
- Derby v Manchester United
- Eastleigh/Bolton v Leeds United
- Exeter City/Liverpool v West Ham
- Oxford United v Newport County/Blackburn
- Wycombe/Aston Villa v Manchester City
Manchester United fans may want to put December behind them but it seems the players still have a little festive spirit left.
Juan Mata has today been surprising children with presents at Kingfisher Community Special School in Oldham.
It's part of a Spanish tradition he's brought from his homeland.
Football legends Denis Law and Francis Lee are amongst those in the New Year's Honours List.Read the full story ›
Louis Van Gaal says he still has the support of Manchester United despite speculation that he could leave the club tonight.
Reports suggest defeat to Chelsea this evening would be the final straw for the Dutch manager, who's led United to their worst run of form for 25 years.
But Van Gaal insists the United board is still behind him.
Michael Carrick claims it is "disrespectful" to say Manchester United's players are not giving their all for Louis van Gaal.Read the full story ›
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will not rush Daniel Sturridge back from injury despite the striker stating he is ready to play.Read the full story ›
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes the lack of winter break in the Barclays Premier League is harming England's national teamRead the full story ›
Everton boss Roberto Martinez says his next opponents, league leaders Leicester, can win the Premier League.Read the full story ›
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has apologised to West Brom manager Tony Pulis for failing to shake hands after last week's game.Read the full story ›