To be frank, I am a Manchester United F.C fan.
But I will give credit where credit is due.
They have promoted and nurtured young players like Trent-Arnold and Robertson while recruiting previously unwanted players like Henderson, Salah and Milner, and incorporating Fabinho, Matip, Van Dijk and Alisson into a team with Firminho and Sane to become the European Champions of 2019.
It is an oft-repeated fact that Jurgen Klopp, the enigmatic and charismatic German manager, has lost at least 3 finals with Liverpool before 2019.
But the truth is that there is remains a sense of development and excitement at what Klopp and the team could achieve in the future even though they lost those finals.
And now they have captured the biggest prize of them all; the UCL Cup.
And the best thing about the whole thing is that; it feels like the Liverpool team of 2019 could go on to dominate England as well as Europe in the next decade.
But the trick of it all is that; Klopp has managed to set a long-term vision of not only how Liverpool should play; but that how they should go about setting up the team to achieve.
That is to find Young Players to be in a team that also include Experienced Heads along with so-called Star Players.
And Klopp is the maestro that keeps the orchestra playing in a united and concerted way.
But the thing is Klopp is also the composer who has written the music or to use another metaphor, someone who has written the script to put long-term thinking into action.
Indeed, Klopp has not been shy to spend money to buy players. But he has not forgotten to include Youth into his team at the same time.
And that sadly has not been the situation with Man Utd.
So for now, even as a rival fan, I applaud and look with jealousy at the Long Term Thinking, Vision, and Strategy at Liverpool F.C.