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Roberto De Zerbi’s reputation has soared since joining Brighton & Hove Albion. The Seagulls’ decision to bring in the dynamic and innovative Italian was a calculated risk, fitting for a mid-table club with ambitions. He has exceeded all reasonable expectations, molding Brighton into a team with a distinctive and evolving identity that has left its mark on both domestic and continental football.

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Despite Brighton not reaching the same heights in the Premier League this season as in the past, De Zerbi has kept them in contention for European qualification while navigating an injury crisis that has largely gone unnoticed. His past successes have made his current job seem less impressive, yet he has kept Brighton competitive.

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Acknowledging these achievements, De Zerbi appears a worthy candidate to succeed Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, though among the serious contenders, he carries the most risk.

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Klopp has praised De Zerbi, but the Italian’s audition won’t take place at Anfield this weekend when Brighton faces Liverpool. Although De Zerbi remains unbeaten in his four games against Liverpool so far, including a thrilling 3-3 draw last season, his audition extends beyond a single match.

De Zerbi’s Brighton team adheres steadfastly to their principles, reminiscent of Klopp’s early Liverpool side, emphasizing attacking flair over defensive solidity. However, Liverpool has evolved beyond that style and seeks a successor who can sustain success without reverting to past tactics.

Compared to other frontrunners like Ruben Amorim and Julian Nagelsmann, who have demonstrated success with a more balanced approach, De Zerbi represents a riskier proposition due to his all-or-nothing style.

Nevertheless, De Zerbi’s candidacy for elite managerial positions, including at Liverpool, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona, is justified. He brings charisma and innovation but also the potential for volatility, which may appeal to Liverpool as they seek to navigate Klopp’s departure.

Ultimately, De Zerbi remains the wildcard candidate, capable of reinventing the wheel or burning it down. While his candidacy may generate excitement, it also carries inherent risks that Liverpool, in their pursuit of stability post-Klopp, may be cautious to embrace.

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