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      billythered
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #92: Feb 09, 2023 12:39:09 pm
      Why because I voice a valid point.

      The man is self motivated, what assistant starts to announce the stuff he does.
      Not a single one.
      Why do we hear nothing from Peter?
       
      It isn’t just newspaper printing articles.

      They are direct quotes from all media outlets the man’s had more interviews than klopp has outside of his media duties.

      He has been called by multiple people on this now.

      If you can’t see so be it. If I want to post something I will.

      Think all you that get irritated by something posted on here neeed a self assement and quick.






      Stop looking for something that isn’t there, F**k me, that’s what the  s*n journo’s do, search for sh*te for sensationalism, dunno you fella but I’m betting you are better than that ??
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      Reply #93: Feb 09, 2023 11:16:53 pm
      Pepijn has got a blabber mouth, anyone who has listened to his interviews when he was in charge of cup games, would reasonably think ok thank you for all the info about every aspect of how we play but bloomin heck other teams can know this now.
       He has an inflated sense of self too, confidence is good but his confidence is a cringy type. Injured players everywhere, crappy football, nothing in any area of the pitch but somehow don't criticise this guy because what? He is a huge part of the problem, he is the other motivator and the players may think he's a beaut, so looking for reasons as to why this sudden non football playing team we have then yes lets question this man too, if people are going to question Klopp then this fella needs to be factored in because we've been told how much of an influence he has around LFC. Fans acting like airhead bimbos is getting on my nerves.
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #94: Feb 14, 2023 07:42:49 pm
      Thought he was F***ing outstanding yesterday.
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #95: Feb 15, 2023 10:51:23 am
      I can't imagine Jürgen would suffer anyone who didnt do the job he asks them to do. We need to stop looking for scapegoats and now look forward to winning football matches.
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      Reply #96: Feb 15, 2023 01:04:16 pm
      Can’t for the life of me understand why there’s so much vitriol over our Pep, he is regarded as one of the best young coaches in World football yet he’s getting f***in hammered by some of our own because he wrote a journal about our incredible rise from the ashes to win our first League title in 30 f***in years,

      For those who don’t know, it was suggested by another member of the coaching team that someone writes a journal recording events leadings up to and including that incredible journey, Pep Ljinders stepped up to the plate, he would record everything on a day to day basis anyway, in the same way Bugsy kept his journals throughout his entire coaching role with Liverpool, entries would include dates, day, weather, rain shine, snow, cold, temps, every single miniscule detail recorded for future reference, a major/ vital cog in Bob Paisley’s successes as Liverpool manager,

      Pep Ljinders is doing exactly the same thing, the difference being the Journal became a book, a book he decided to make public, some see that as being foolhardy and giving away trade secrets as been tantamount to treason, but that is absolutely f***in Bollocks,

      Do you seriously think that our No 2 would trade training ground tactics and little secrets if it weren’t sanctioned by Jürgen and the club itself, in short he’s only said what would have been seen by journalists at the AxA or indeed Melwood at any given training session,


      Honestly some of you need to give yer heids a wobble, and while your at it get off Pep’s back, he’s done nothing that would jeopardise our reputation or give rivals a nod or a wink to what goes on behind closed doors, what the f**k do you take him for ffs ??





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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #97: Feb 15, 2023 03:43:20 pm
      Can’t for the life of me understand why there’s so much vitriol over our Pep, he is regarded as one of the best young coaches in World football yet he’s getting f***in hammered by some of our own because he wrote a journal about our incredible rise from the ashes to win our first League title in 30 f***in years,

      For those who don’t know, it was suggested by another member of the coaching team that someone writes a journal recording events leadings up to and including that incredible journey, Pep Ljinders stepped up to the plate, he would record everything on a day to day basis anyway, in the same way Bugsy kept his journals throughout his entire coaching role with Liverpool, entries would include dates, day, weather, rain shine, snow, cold, temps, every single miniscule detail recorded for future reference, a major/ vital cog in Bob Paisley’s successes as Liverpool manager,

      Pep Ljinders is doing exactly the same thing, the difference being the Journal became a book, a book he decided to make public, some see that as being foolhardy and giving away trade secrets as been tantamount to treason, but that is absolutely f***in Bollocks,

      Do you seriously think that our No 2 would trade training ground tactics and little secrets if it weren’t sanctioned by Jürgen and the club itself, in short he’s only said what would have been seen by journalists at the AxA or indeed Melwood at any given training session,


      Honestly some of you need to give yer heids a wobble, and while your at it get off Pep’s back, he’s done nothing that would jeopardise our reputation or give rivals a nod or a wink to what goes on behind closed doors, what the f**k do you take him for ffs ??





      Hope over Fear !!! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿





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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders - Elite Development Coach
      Reply #98: Feb 15, 2023 06:08:29 pm
      Can’t for the life of me understand why there’s so much vitriol over our Pep, he is regarded as one of the best young coaches in World football yet he’s getting f***in hammered by some of our own because he wrote a journal about our incredible rise from the ashes to win our first League title in 30 f***in years,

      For those who don’t know, it was suggested by another member of the coaching team that someone writes a journal recording events leadings up to and including that incredible journey, Pep Ljinders stepped up to the plate, he would record everything on a day to day basis anyway, in the same way Bugsy kept his journals throughout his entire coaching role with Liverpool, entries would include dates, day, weather, rain shine, snow, cold, temps, every single miniscule detail recorded for future reference, a major/ vital cog in Bob Paisley’s successes as Liverpool manager,

      Pep Ljinders is doing exactly the same thing, the difference being the Journal became a book, a book he decided to make public, some see that as being foolhardy and giving away trade secrets as been tantamount to treason, but that is absolutely f***in Bollocks,

      Do you seriously think that our No 2 would trade training ground tactics and little secrets if it weren’t sanctioned by Jürgen and the club itself, in short he’s only said what would have been seen by journalists at the AxA or indeed Melwood at any given training session,


      Honestly some of you need to give yer heids a wobble, and while your at it get off Pep’s back, he’s done nothing that would jeopardise our reputation or give rivals a nod or a wink to what goes on behind closed doors, what the f**k do you take him for ffs ??





      Hope over Fear !!! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿





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      Similar things were said when Klopp turned up on Monday Night Football. He'd given all our secrets away apparently.
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      Reply #99: Feb 27, 2024 08:22:42 pm
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      Reply #100: Feb 28, 2024 12:59:03 am
      Bit of a strange tweet that, how come Klopp "mightn't be" the only one when they've already announced Pep is leaving along with others in the coaching staff.
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      Reply #101: Feb 28, 2024 01:33:48 am
      It'd be a tough choice for him. Ajax might be a massive club, but it's a really toxic place at the moment, with plenty of internal tensions amongst the top management.
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      Reply #102: Feb 28, 2024 02:08:57 am
      I have to say I‘d have offered Pep the heritage of Jürgen, even before going for Alonso. He‘d be the natural continuation.
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      Reply #103: Feb 28, 2024 07:51:57 am
      I noticed in our last game vs Chelsea at one moment Pep did pull Klopp away from complaining to the referee. From his expression on his face looking like he seriously told Klopp to calm down and pay attention into the situation that more important. IMO that shown Pep is not a yes man and that is a kind of assistant every great man need.
      That moment alone made I myself love the man a bit more  :)     
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      Reply #104: Feb 28, 2024 10:18:45 am
      I noticed in our last game vs Chelsea at one moment Pep did pull Klopp away from complaining to the referee. From his expression on his face looking like he seriously told Klopp to calm down and pay attention into the situation that more important. IMO that shown Pep is not a yes man and that is a kind of assistant every great man need.
      That moment alone made I myself love the man a bit more  :)   

      So good he should write a book about it!!
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      Reply #105: Feb 28, 2024 10:24:38 am
      Bit of a strange tweet that, how come Klopp "mightn't be" the only one when they've already announced Pep is leaving along with others in the coaching staff.

      It's such appalling 'journalism'. Empire of the Kop can go with Football365, HITC etc in the sewer. The sheer amount of articles speculating this that and everything on Alonso, why Jürgen is stepping down etc (all based on 'our sources tell us') is the dregs of reporting. Sub secondary school standard n*b heads masquerading as journalists.
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      Reply #106: May 15, 2024 02:25:58 pm
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      Reply #107: May 15, 2024 02:35:48 pm
      Nice job for him that. Needs to prove himself a capable #1. Idrally needs to find an assistant as good as him now. Unless he's taking some of our old coaches along with him too.
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      Reply #108: May 15, 2024 02:46:57 pm
      Gives me a reason to keep my eye on them next season now, very interested how he does.
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      Reply #109: May 15, 2024 02:57:21 pm
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      Reply #110: May 15, 2024 03:01:51 pm
      Good move for him, wish him all the best.

      RBS produce some high profile talents, I know Leipzig will always have first option but you know......maybe he could sneak 1 or 2 across our way. Really liked the look of Gloukh in the u21 championships last summer, Sukic is another, one of the best young players to come out of Croatia recently.
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      Reply #111: May 15, 2024 03:40:50 pm
      Always good to have someone that the club can contact on the inside at RB to give a heads up re talent ID.
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders -> Red Bull Salzburg
      Reply #112: May 15, 2024 09:12:29 pm
      Wishing him all the best with Salzburg.

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      Reply #113: May 15, 2024 09:17:54 pm
      Good luck to him.

      Hope it goes better than his first job!
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      Re: Pepijn Lijnders -> Red Bull Salzburg
      Reply #114: May 15, 2024 09:39:25 pm
      i feel like we should have kept pep, but he probably saw first hand the pressures of being lfc manager and was like, i dont want that right now ;D

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