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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #23: Jan 09, 2023 11:16:08 am
      I think Lijnders is
      what other assistants are writing books with their faces all over it or doing all the media duties for the league cup games. Something about me just doesn't like him. Always in the media. Never seen it before from a managers assistant bit f**king cringe worthy tbh if Klopp went he'd be snaking around for the job. He seems to have a lot of influence with FSG

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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #24: Jan 09, 2023 11:23:54 am
      what other assistants are writing books with their faces all over it or doing all the media duties for the league cup games. Something about me just doesn't like him. Always in the media. Never seen it before from a managers assistant bit f**king cringe worthy tbh if Klopp went he'd be snaking around for the job. He seems to have a lot of influence with FSG

      Is that you Didi ?
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      Reply #25: Jan 09, 2023 06:45:35 pm
      Bring back colin Pascoe and his shorts
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #26: Feb 04, 2023 04:59:30 pm
      FSG were reliable at one point. And they've now allowed it to get to this mess.

      No football structure and a brain drain upstairs in the football analytics department and recruitment. In terms of football brains, the club is sorely lacking now. At the moment, Klopp cedes too much to Lijnders too, whose judgement has been skewed causing this imbalanced team. It's clearly stated in his book too, with Lijnders 'buy top quality first' demand and his instruction to fill out the rest of the squad with youth players. This means we've missed out on rough gems like Caicedo for example who would have been a model signing earlier on in Klopp's reign. Instead its too much high priced signings (meaning lack of funds in other areas) who have not made us better along with inexperienced youth. A severe imbalance. Klopp needs to take the reigns and reinstate gegenpressing with hungry younger, and perhaps unfancied, players who will drive the club forward again. What's more, his style of football worked well in the initial seasons after Buvac left. The muscle memory of gegenpressing was still there and over time that has faded away while Lijnders emphasis on sterile possession takes hold.

      Linjders influence is destroying this club. And Klopp is doing himself no favours in ceding that influence to the assistant.
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      Reply #27: Feb 04, 2023 05:05:03 pm
      Actually forgot he left for a managers post lasting all of 4 months . Maybe he has high expectations and possibly having too much influence . Pretty sure it's not his fault that players are so way off it unless massive breakdown in relations
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      Reply #28: Feb 04, 2023 05:05:14 pm
      FSG were reliable at one point. And they've now allowed it to get to this mess.

      No football structure and a brain drain upstairs in the football analytics department and recruitment. In terms of football brains, the club is sorely lacking now. At the moment, Klopp cedes too much to Lijnders too, whose judgement has been skewed causing this imbalanced team. It's clearly stated in his book too, with Lijnders 'buy top quality first' demand and his instruction to fill out the rest of the squad with youth players. This means we've missed out on rough gems like Caicedo for example who would have been a model signing earlier on in Klopp's reign. Instead its too much high priced signings (meaning lack of funds in other areas) who have not made us better along with inexperienced youth. A severe imbalance. Klopp needs to take the reigns and reinstate gegenpressing with hungry younger, and perhaps unfancied, players who will drive the club forward again. What's more, his style of football worked well in the initial seasons after Buvac left. The muscle memory of gegenpressing was still there and over time that has faded away while Lijnders emphasis on sterile possession takes hold.

      Linjders influence is destroying this club. And Klopp is doing himself no favours in ceding that influence to the assistant.

      How many times have you posted the same post
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      Reply #29: Feb 04, 2023 07:27:29 pm
      Would be nice to talk to all the recent absconders to see if there’s a definite  connection or a common cause, for why they left ?
      Is there one individual that has caused the mutiny ?
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      Reply #30: Feb 04, 2023 07:50:19 pm
      Bring back colin Pascoe and his shorts

      I remember that body language thread about him!
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #31: Feb 04, 2023 07:54:51 pm
      FSG were reliable at one point. And they've now allowed it to get to this mess.

      No football structure and a brain drain upstairs in the football analytics department and recruitment. In terms of football brains, the club is sorely lacking now. At the moment, Klopp cedes too much to Lijnders too, whose judgement has been skewed causing this imbalanced team. It's clearly stated in his book too, with Lijnders 'buy top quality first' demand and his instruction to fill out the rest of the squad with youth players. This means we've missed out on rough gems like Caicedo for example who would have been a model signing earlier on in Klopp's reign. Instead its too much high priced signings (meaning lack of funds in other areas) who have not made us better along with inexperienced youth. A severe imbalance. Klopp needs to take the reigns and reinstate gegenpressing with hungry younger, and perhaps unfancied, players who will drive the club forward again. What's more, his style of football worked well in the initial seasons after Buvac left. The muscle memory of gegenpressing was still there and over time that has faded away while Lijnders emphasis on sterile possession takes hold.

      Linjders influence is destroying this club. And Klopp is doing himself no favours in ceding that influence to the assistant.

      Is that you Buvac?



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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #32: Feb 04, 2023 09:11:00 pm
      You guys really think a man as strong as Jürgen Klopp is just going to let his assistant over rule him or have too much power??

      If he has any influence it's because his ideas align with the manager and he allows it
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      Reply #33: Feb 05, 2023 11:40:11 am
      Where has all this hate towards Pep come from? Because he wrote a book? Or do people just need a scapegoat, any scapegoat, when the going gets tough?
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      Reply #34: Feb 06, 2023 07:15:44 am
      Why is he all up in the media all the time. Never ever seen so many articles in newspapers done by assistant managers.

       Also all the articles that are linked to him (from a close source, which usually means the individual himself) stating his current roles or his influence like in transfers.

      The also claims apparent about he sees himself as heir to the throne.

      And by the way that wasn’t his first book he has done. He had an early book on how to manage like him where he is described as a vital constituent of Liverpool fc.

      Also mentions how hes regarded with FSG and he was retained after the sacking of Rodger’s by them
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      Reply #35: Feb 06, 2023 08:53:11 am
      How on earth did I miss something so obvious? The only reason our season went to sh*t is clearly because our assistant manager wrote a book...  :roll: :roll: :roll:
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      Reply #36: Feb 06, 2023 09:02:47 am
      Intensity is the issue. Not the book, but exactly what we lack, intensity and urgency.
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      Reply #37: Feb 06, 2023 09:18:43 am
      Why is he all up in the media all the time. Never ever seen so many articles in newspapers done by assistant managers.

       Also all the articles that are linked to him (from a close source, which usually means the individual himself) stating his current roles or his influence like in transfers.

      The also claims apparent about he sees himself as heir to the throne.

      And by the way that wasn’t his first book he has done. He had an early book on how to manage like him where he is described as a vital constituent of Liverpool fc.

      Also mentions how hes regarded with FSG and he was retained after the sacking of Rodger’s by them

      He isn’t “all up in the media”


      Seems that you are reading for too much nonsense on Twitter
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      Reply #38: Feb 06, 2023 09:20:03 am
      What ever way you look at it we have looked a poorly coached team all season. Pep is the man who coaches the players on the pitch.

      Find it hard to believe Klopp can be ok with the state of affairs.
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      Reply #39: Feb 06, 2023 09:22:31 am
      What ever way you look at it we have looked a poorly coached team all season. Pep is the man who coaches the players on the pitch.

      Find it hard to believe Klopp can be ok with the state of affairs.

      Klopp is very hands on with the coaching - it’s not all down to one person


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      Reply #40: Feb 06, 2023 09:24:53 am
      Klopp is very hands on with the coaching - it’s not all down to one person




      He may well be but like most managers at top clubs he hands down most coaching activities to his assistants, he doesn’t have time to be out on the training pitch as well as all the other stuff he has to do.

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      Reply #41: Feb 06, 2023 09:40:09 am
      He may well be but like most managers at top clubs he hands down most coaching activities to his assistants, he doesn’t have time to be out on the training pitch as well as all the other stuff he has to do.

      Stop trying to absolve Klopp of having a part in any of the issues

      He isn’t untouchable

      Ultimately the responsibility of the team and how it performs on the pitch is down to him and if it’s not performing then he needs to work out a way to get it working
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      Reply #42: Feb 06, 2023 09:52:39 am
      Stop trying to absolve Klopp of having a part in any of the issues

      He isn’t untouchable

      Ultimately the responsibility of the team and how it performs on the pitch is down to him and if it’s not performing then he needs to work out a way to get it working

      I haven’t I said they are both equally responsible.
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      Reply #43: Feb 06, 2023 12:16:54 pm
      He isn’t “all up in the media”


      Seems that you are reading for too much nonsense on Twitter

      What other assistant manager in world football do you see doing match press conferences pre and post. Just Google how much he has been in the press or newspaper articles.
      I remember when we signed jota he was doing interview saying how he’s watched him since his days at Porto.


      I don’t get it!

      Klopp never had buvac or Peter do this ever.
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      Reply #44: Feb 06, 2023 12:20:31 pm
      What other assistant manager in world football do you see doing match press conferences pre and post. Just Google how much he has been in the press or newspaper articles.
      I remember when we signed jota he was doing interview saying how he’s watched him since his days at Porto.


      I don’t get it!

      Klopp never had buvac or Peter do this ever.

      We also never won the CL and League sigh Buvac and Peter


      Ljinders will only be in a press conference if Klopp wants him to be in it
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      Reply #45: Feb 06, 2023 01:46:36 pm
      Intensity is the issue. Not the book, but exactly what we lack, intensity and urgency.

      Thiago is incapable of intensity and urgency. At this stage in his career, he operates in 'light jog' mode.
      Elliot has the energy but lacks pace
      Fabinho has no legs
      Gakpo is the stiffest runner I've watched in the PL in years.

      Much of the present roster is not suited for much more than minor spurts of intensity.

      Losing Diaz, the most complete forward on the team (pace, energy, ball skills, press) was the most significant blow this season.
      Much would be different if LFC was able to field their preferred 1st team front liners: Diaz (left) Nunez (center) Mo (right)



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