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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2018/19 Edition

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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2018/19 Edition
      Reply #675: Jan 18, 2019 10:59:03 pm
      Lifelong Liverpool fan Bernard Sheridan, 104, has been invited to Anfield by Reds manager Jürgen Klopp to thank him for his 96 years of support.  I love our Manager


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      Reply #676: Jan 19, 2019 06:25:24 pm
      Is he one of the old boys that posts on here? ;),Good to see him on the telly during the game.
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      Reply #677: Jan 19, 2019 06:27:59 pm
      Lifelong Liverpool fan Bernard Sheridan, 104, has been invited to Anfield by Reds manager Jürgen Klopp to thank him for his 96 years of support.  I love our Manager




      Hey, Billy1, I expect you to be posting here at 104!!!
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      Reply #678: Jan 19, 2019 07:11:58 pm
      Don't know what Jürgen said at half time, but it worked.
      Got the 2 quick scores, and though it didn't wrap up the game, the momentum switched and got the crowd up.
      Running out of ways to say 'well done boss'.
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      Reply #679: Jan 19, 2019 09:17:11 pm
      To go win the highest win percentage of any manager who has managed Liverpool in over 100 League games, Jürgen Klopp has also lost the fewest games for any Liverpool manager who has taken charge of 100 or more League games.

      Klopp 20 defeats in 129 games.
      Ashworth 25 defeats in 127 games.
      Rodgers 29 defeats in 122 games.
      Souness 34 defeats in 115 games.
      Taylor 39 defeats in 143 games.
      Evans 43 defeats in 172 games.
      Benitez 47 defeats in 228 games.
      Dalglish 51 defeats in 280 games.
      Houllier 54 defeats in 216 games.
      Paisley 67 defeats in 378 games.
      McQueen 70 defeats in 210 games.
      Welsh 88 defeats in 218 games.
      Kay 112 defeats in 321 games.
      Shankly in 138 defeats 609 games.
      Patterson 145 defeats in 366 games.
      Watson 253 defeats in 678 games.

      He also has the healthiest record of how often he suffers defeat in the League;

      Klopp 1 defeat every 6.45 games.
      Paisley 1 defeat every 5.64 games.
      Dalglish 1 defeat every 5.49 games.
      Ashworth 1 defeat every 5.08 games.
      Benitez 1 defeat every 4.85 games.
      Shankly 1 defeat every 4.41 games.
      Rodgers 1 defeat every 4.20 games.
      Evans 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Houller 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Taylor 1 defeat ever 3.66 games.
      Souness 1 defeat every 3.38 games.
      McQueen 1 defeat every 3 games.
      Kay 1 defeat every 2.86 games.
      Watson 1 defeat 2.67 games.
      Patterson 1 defeat 2.52 games.
      Welsh 1 defeat every 2.47 games.
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      Reply #680: Jan 20, 2019 09:05:43 am
      To go win the highest win percentage of any manager who has managed Liverpool in over 100 League games, Jürgen Klopp has also lost the fewest games for any Liverpool manager who has taken charge of 100 or more League games.

      Klopp 20 defeats in 129 games.
      Ashworth 25 defeats in 127 games.
      Rodgers 29 defeats in 122 games.
      Souness 34 defeats in 115 games.
      Taylor 39 defeats in 143 games.
      Evans 43 defeats in 172 games.
      Benitez 47 defeats in 228 games.
      Dalglish 51 defeats in 280 games.
      Houllier 54 defeats in 216 games.
      Paisley 67 defeats in 378 games.
      McQueen 70 defeats in 210 games.
      Welsh 88 defeats in 218 games.
      Kay 112 defeats in 321 games.
      Shankly in 138 defeats 609 games.
      Patterson 145 defeats in 366 games.
      Watson 253 defeats in 678 games.

      He also has the healthiest record of how often he suffers defeat in the League;

      Klopp 1 defeat every 6.45 games.
      Paisley 1 defeat every 5.64 games.
      Dalglish 1 defeat every 5.49 games.
      Ashworth 1 defeat every 5.08 games.
      Benitez 1 defeat every 4.85 games.
      Shankly 1 defeat every 4.41 games.
      Rodgers 1 defeat every 4.20 games.
      Evans 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Houller 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Taylor 1 defeat ever 3.66 games.
      Souness 1 defeat every 3.38 games.
      McQueen 1 defeat every 3 games.
      Kay 1 defeat every 2.86 games.
      Watson 1 defeat 2.67 games.
      Patterson 1 defeat 2.52 games.
      Welsh 1 defeat every 2.47 games.

      Looking at the list, we've had some great managers :)

      One thing that comes to mind too is that I'd say a fair few of those managers inherited better teams than Jürgen, making the job he's done even more impressive.
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      Reply #681: Jan 21, 2019 09:19:31 am
      To go win the highest win percentage of any manager who has managed Liverpool in over 100 League games, Jürgen Klopp has also lost the fewest games for any Liverpool manager who has taken charge of 100 or more League games.

      Klopp 20 defeats in 129 games.
      Ashworth 25 defeats in 127 games.
      Rodgers 29 defeats in 122 games.
      Souness 34 defeats in 115 games.
      Taylor 39 defeats in 143 games.
      Evans 43 defeats in 172 games.
      Benitez 47 defeats in 228 games.
      Dalglish 51 defeats in 280 games.
      Houllier 54 defeats in 216 games.
      Paisley 67 defeats in 378 games.
      McQueen 70 defeats in 210 games.
      Welsh 88 defeats in 218 games.
      Kay 112 defeats in 321 games.
      Shankly in 138 defeats 609 games.
      Patterson 145 defeats in 366 games.
      Watson 253 defeats in 678 games.

      He also has the healthiest record of how often he suffers defeat in the League;

      Klopp 1 defeat every 6.45 games.
      Paisley 1 defeat every 5.64 games.
      Dalglish 1 defeat every 5.49 games.
      Ashworth 1 defeat every 5.08 games.
      Benitez 1 defeat every 4.85 games.
      Shankly 1 defeat every 4.41 games.
      Rodgers 1 defeat every 4.20 games.
      Evans 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Houller 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Taylor 1 defeat ever 3.66 games.
      Souness 1 defeat every 3.38 games.
      McQueen 1 defeat every 3 games.
      Kay 1 defeat every 2.86 games.
      Watson 1 defeat 2.67 games.
      Patterson 1 defeat 2.52 games.
      Welsh 1 defeat every 2.47 games.

      ‘Klopp needs to win something this season’ f**k off - or what? The guy is doing everything he can to get us over the line. There is no manager in world football I would have over big Klopp, the guy is an absolute hero!!
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      Reply #682: Jan 21, 2019 12:20:47 pm
      To go win the highest win percentage of any manager who has managed Liverpool in over 100 League games, Jürgen Klopp has also lost the fewest games for any Liverpool manager who has taken charge of 100 or more League games.

      Klopp 20 defeats in 129 games.
      Ashworth 25 defeats in 127 games.
      Rodgers 29 defeats in 122 games.
      Souness 34 defeats in 115 games.
      Taylor 39 defeats in 143 games.
      Evans 43 defeats in 172 games.
      Benitez 47 defeats in 228 games.
      Dalglish 51 defeats in 280 games.
      Houllier 54 defeats in 216 games.
      Paisley 67 defeats in 378 games.
      McQueen 70 defeats in 210 games.
      Welsh 88 defeats in 218 games.
      Kay 112 defeats in 321 games.
      Shankly in 138 defeats 609 games.
      Patterson 145 defeats in 366 games.
      Watson 253 defeats in 678 games.

      He also has the healthiest record of how often he suffers defeat in the League;

      Klopp 1 defeat every 6.45 games.
      Paisley 1 defeat every 5.64 games.
      Dalglish 1 defeat every 5.49 games.
      Ashworth 1 defeat every 5.08 games.
      Benitez 1 defeat every 4.85 games.
      Shankly 1 defeat every 4.41 games.
      Rodgers 1 defeat every 4.20 games.
      Evans 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Houller 1 defeat every 4 games.
      Taylor 1 defeat ever 3.66 games.
      Souness 1 defeat every 3.38 games.
      McQueen 1 defeat every 3 games.
      Kay 1 defeat every 2.86 games.
      Watson 1 defeat 2.67 games.
      Patterson 1 defeat 2.52 games.
      Welsh 1 defeat every 2.47 games.

      Its superb.

      And this team is being built to challenge for the next 4 years minimum. #goodtimes
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      Reply #683: Jan 21, 2019 01:04:27 pm
      The UEFA Cup final loss drove our recruitment.

      The Champions League final loss drove our recruitment.

      Just imagine the recruitment when we win the league..
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      Reply #684: Jan 21, 2019 01:11:51 pm
      Just been reported we have agreed to pay Buvac off and he'll no longer be employed by the club.

      Still hard to decide exactly what happened but seems the importance of his absence was in the end overstated.
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      Reply #685: Jan 21, 2019 01:16:13 pm
      The UEFA Cup final loss drove our recruitment.

      The Champions League final loss drove our recruitment.

      Just imagine the recruitment when we win the league..

      Chances are it would send us to a new level. We are an attractive proposition for most players already thanks to how far Klopp has already taken us, add a league title to that and we become even more attractive for players. Not to mention the financial benefits would really help push us on too. Mainly speaking in terms of our kits, our deal for a new kit manufacturer expires at the end of next season, we go into next season as league champions then there is every chance that we top the Mancs kit deal with Adidas IMO, whether that’s with Adidas or Nike I wouldn’t have a clue but that then gives us a lot more money for strengthening the team. There’s a lot riding on winning the league this year, win it and we could potentially get ourselves into a position where we can repeat this season next time around, and the time after that. Basically get to the level that City are now at.
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      Reply #686: Jan 21, 2019 01:17:35 pm
      Just been reported we have agreed to pay Buvac off and he'll no longer be employed by the club.

      Still hard to decide exactly what happened but seems the importance of his absence was in the end overstated.

      Too many rumors, and too many people sticking their noses in. I think the guys had personal \ family problems and had to go home.

      Just my take on it, sometimes there is more important things in life than football and a job even.
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      Reply #687: Jan 21, 2019 03:50:47 pm
      Chances are it would send us to a new level. We are an attractive proposition for most players already thanks to how far Klopp has already taken us, add a league title to that and we become even more attractive for players. Not to mention the financial benefits would really help push us on too. Mainly speaking in terms of our kits, our deal for a new kit manufacturer expires at the end of next season, we go into next season as league champions then there is every chance that we top the Mancs kit deal with Adidas IMO, whether that’s with Adidas or Nike I wouldn’t have a clue but that then gives us a lot more money for strengthening the team. There’s a lot riding on winning the league this year, win it and we could potentially get ourselves into a position where we can repeat this season next time around, and the time after that. Basically get to the level that City are now at.

      personally Id hate Nike, but money talks.

      Will be interesting.

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      Reply #688: Jan 21, 2019 05:02:25 pm
      Quote from dunlop liddell shankly
      To go win the highest win percentage of any manager who has managed Liverpool in over 100 League games, Jürgen Klopp has also lost the fewest games for any Liverpool manager who has taken charge of 100 or more League games. 20 defeats in 129 games. He also has the healthiest record of how often he suffers defeat in the League;1 defeat every 6.45 games.

      And to think pundits, and unfortunately a handful of "fans", were comparing his win records to previous bosses barely 12 months ago, as evidence that he wasn't up to it.

      It's less than 2 months since posters here were telling us, that he won't take us back to the top.

      We are now 4 points clear.
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      Reply #689: Jan 21, 2019 06:37:55 pm

      It's less than 2 months since posters here were telling us, that he won't take us back to the top.


      I don’t remember anyone saying that...
      Feel free to prove me wrong with said posts though.
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      Reply #690: Jan 22, 2019 12:37:51 am
      I don’t remember anyone saying that...
      Feel free to prove me wrong with said posts though.

      Think it was DonovanReid who said something along those lines iirc. I may have the name wrong but i do remember someone saying something like that.
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      Reply #691: Jan 22, 2019 08:18:33 am
      Well done Jürgen for an excellent gesture to the old feller.It is no wonder you are so well respected by Liverpool supporters throughout the world.
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      Reply #692: Jan 22, 2019 09:57:39 am
      But he didn't make a mistake, he rested some players, we got knocked out the cup then won our next league game maintaining that gap we have at the top.

      So Klopp's decisions totally justified!!

      Also he was all set to leave Lovren on the bench, then hendo & lallana got injured or sick, not sure which.

      And then Lovren got a hammy, imagine if VVD had played and got a hammy, ffs all hell wld have broke lose, season over etc.

      We came thru a crazy december league fixture list with maximum points, the 1st team was knackered, injured & some had some sickness bug, klopp had no choice but to make those changes, and in the end that team only lost due a very very very good goal.

      The biggest disappointment for me was sturridge that night, but even that klopp said he never intended on starting sturridge & Origi together, but injuries and sickness forced his hand.

      Its gone now, and as discussed many many times now, league, champions league and top 4 are bigger priorities now for the top teams than the FA cup and League cup. Tell you what as well, we have not had easy draws in recent years in the FA cup eh. then look at city getting burton ffs.
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      Reply #693: Jan 24, 2019 06:57:44 am
      Rather than ask in each individual players thread, I thought I would ask here. Anyone have updates on the injury front, namely Gomez, Trent, Fab and Gini?
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      Reply #694: Jan 24, 2019 08:10:21 am
      Rather than ask in each individual players thread, I thought I would ask here. Anyone have updates on the injury front, namely Gomez, Trent, Fab and Gini?

      https://twitter.com/maddockmirror/status/1088204171583598593?s=21
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      Reply #695: Jan 24, 2019 08:45:31 am
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      Reply #697: Jan 24, 2019 10:47:33 am
      Troops are gathering at the right moment in our season..

      Can’t wait for the Ox & Jo to return..

      Seeing Chambo on the field will give us a sh*t in the arm alright..
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      Reply #698: Jan 30, 2019 11:37:06 am
      I know Klopp won’t be thinking this way but if we win tonight should we be prioritising the league over the CL?
      7 pts ahead and wrap up all the big hitters for crucial EPL games.

      PS I don’t mean play the reserves for CL.
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      Reply #699: Jan 30, 2019 12:09:12 pm
      I know Klopp won’t be thinking this way but if we win tonight should we be prioritising the league over the CL?
      7 pts ahead and wrap up all the big hitters for crucial EPL games.

      PS I don’t mean play the reserves for CL.
      If we DON'T win tonight, we should be prioritising the league over the CL, for me...

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