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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2018/19 Edition

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      Reply #1650: Jun 20, 2019 06:05:01 pm
      its still bonkers mate have to pinch myself its just f***in wonderful and seeing Jürgen so happy and content is a massive bonus

      Even that he exorcised the final demons!
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      Reply #1651: Jun 20, 2019 09:46:01 pm
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      Reply #1652: Jun 21, 2019 02:23:49 am
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      Reply #1653: Jun 21, 2019 03:49:28 am
      Namaste Bitches  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: love that tee!


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      Reply #1654: Jun 21, 2019 06:19:49 am
      First post here, my nick is Dutch and I'm Dutch from The Hague, Liverpool fan and going to Anfield for about 27 years now. Anyway, I stumble on these Klopp quotes today, they are translated from the German broadcasting ZDF. Good to hear we have a bob or two if necessary.  :D

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      “Back when I was in Germany, Bayern had a ‘bottomless pit of money’, like £100 million.

      “In today’s market, that gets you one centre-back. So this bottomless pit of money is enough to buy one player in today’s world and that doesn’t even cover their wages!”

      “The market has changed more than I expected, but I stand by what I said (in 2016).

      “Maybe things were lost in translation but my point was: if we reach a point where football is solely about money and not football, then I’m leaving. And I still feel the same way about it.

      “Liverpool is an ambitious club and if we didn’t spend the same amount of money as others, we wouldn’t be able to compete. Everybody’s splashing the cash, so we have to do the same.”
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      Reply #1655: Jun 25, 2019 02:42:58 am
      Watching the post-match show tonight of the Copa America match between Uruguay and Chile (on Telemundo, an American Spanish-language network that uses commentators mostly from Central and South America). Now, I've noticed the intensity and the tempo of these games has been more enjoyable than in past versions of the event (and I say that as someone who likes football from South America). Now, my Spanish is far from perfect, but there was a bit on just  now where they were showing a lot of highlights from the 18 group stage matches played through tonight and they were pointing out how many of the teams were employing some form or another of a press. The lead commentator, if he said it once he said it 10 times, would break in as the clips were being played with "Liverpool y Klopp"

      I know Jürgen didn't invent the idea of a press, but I think he has developed it and applied with such effect he qualifies as a tactical visionary who is proving to be remarkably influential in the world game (my country's national team - USA - is trying to do it as well, but has a long way to go). It's great to see him get his due for this from that part of the world. He's more than just a motivator.
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      Reply #1656: Jun 25, 2019 08:54:58 am
      Watching the post-match show tonight of the Copa America match between Uruguay and Chile (on Telemundo, an American Spanish-language network that uses commentators mostly from Central and South America). Now, I've noticed the intensity and the tempo of these games has been more enjoyable than in past versions of the event (and I say that as someone who likes football from South America). Now, my Spanish is far from perfect, but there was a bit on just  now where they were showing a lot of highlights from the 18 group stage matches played through tonight and they were pointing out how many of the teams were employing some form or another of a press. The lead commentator, if he said it once he said it 10 times, would break in as the clips were being played with "Liverpool y Klopp"

      I know Jürgen didn't invent the idea of a press, but I think he has developed it and applied with such effect he qualifies as a tactical visionary who is proving to be remarkably influential in the world game (my country's national team - USA - is trying to do it as well, but has a long way to go). It's great to see him get his due for this from that part of the world. He's more than just a motivator.


      I think even the Canteen staff now have similar tactics when it gets busy they have all been Klopperised.
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      Reply #1657: Jun 26, 2019 01:59:48 am
      Watching the post-match show tonight of the Copa America match between Uruguay and Chile (on Telemundo, an American Spanish-language network that uses commentators mostly from Central and South America). Now, I've noticed the intensity and the tempo of these games has been more enjoyable than in past versions of the event (and I say that as someone who likes football from South America). Now, my Spanish is far from perfect, but there was a bit on just  now where they were showing a lot of highlights from the 18 group stage matches played through tonight and they were pointing out how many of the teams were employing some form or another of a press. The lead commentator, if he said it once he said it 10 times, would break in as the clips were being played with "Liverpool y Klopp"

      I know Jürgen didn't invent the idea of a press, but I think he has developed it and applied with such effect he qualifies as a tactical visionary who is proving to be remarkably influential in the world game (my country's national team - USA - is trying to do it as well, but has a long way to go). It's great to see him get his due for this from that part of the world. He's more than just a motivator.


      How's Luis appealing for a handball when the oppo keeper touched the ball inside his own box.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

      F***ing Luis, always so competitive!!!  :D :D :D :D
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      Reply #1658: Jun 26, 2019 03:12:46 am
      How's Luis appealing for a handball when the oppo keeper touched the ball inside his own box.  :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

      F***ing Luis, always so competitive!!!  :D :D :D :D
      he also tried to get a Chilean player booked for helping corral a pitch invader.
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      Reply #1659: Jun 26, 2019 05:14:42 am
      he also tried to get a Chilean player booked for helping corral a pitch invader.

       :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: Never saw that, the f**ker!
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      Reply #1660: Jun 26, 2019 01:41:31 pm
      An utter, utter c###!!!
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      Reply #1661: Jun 26, 2019 02:05:10 pm

      Had his mouth shut proper on May 7 at Anfield
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      Reply #1662: Jun 26, 2019 03:09:47 pm
      Had his mouth shut proper on May 7 at Anfield

      He’s an embarrassment
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      Reply #1663: Jun 26, 2019 03:33:42 pm
      Sorry JD, been replying to replies, didn't notice where I was  and didn't notice I have helped take this thread totally off topic.

      So about this Klopp fella. Thumbs up I reckon...

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      Reply #1664: Jun 28, 2019 11:19:13 am
      Love the man!

      Such a character, with a lovely warm personality. No wonder so many players up their game for him and must make a few non LFC players envious and want to play for him.

      Hope he stays for a very long time.
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      Reply #1665: Jun 28, 2019 03:43:19 pm

      Hope he stays for a very long time.

      Me too, but as it stands now only 3 more seasons.
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      Reply #1666: Jun 30, 2019 10:40:42 am
      After UCL success, he should be re-charged for this season because it will be a long one too!
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      Reply #1667: Jun 30, 2019 01:00:05 pm
      I think he has changed a lot over the last few season. You don't see him so animated (unless its a last gasp winner against the blue sh*te) these days so maybe his 7 year cycle will not apply and he will not feel the pressure as much. I don't think the Fans give him anything but energy and love .
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      Reply #1668: Jun 30, 2019 01:25:34 pm
      I think he has changed a lot over the last few season. You don't see him so animated (unless its a last gasp winner against the blue sh*te) these days so maybe his 7 year cycle will not apply and he will not feel the pressure as much. I don't think the Fans give him anything but energy and love .

      Remember when he went into hospital with "an issue" which was kept quiet?
      Reports suggested some sort of investigation regarding his ticker.
      His newfound calmness came about after that, I think.
      So maybe he ws told to dial it back a notch or 12.

      Just throwing it out there.
      I'm probably wrong  :laugh:
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      Reply #1669: Jun 30, 2019 05:50:49 pm
      Remember when he went into hospital with "an issue" which was kept quiet?
      Reports suggested some sort of investigation regarding his ticker.
      His newfound calmness came about after that, I think.
      So maybe he ws told to dial it back a notch or 12.

      Just throwing it out there.
      I'm probably wrong  :laugh:

      I think this was indeed the case he was told to basically calm down on the touch line and he did  so. just keep winning games and the pressure disappears .
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      Reply #1670: Jun 30, 2019 07:38:50 pm
      Remember when he went into hospital with "an issue" which was kept quiet?
      Reports suggested some sort of investigation regarding his ticker.
      His newfound calmness came about after that, I think.
      So maybe he ws told to dial it back a notch or 12.

      Just throwing it out there.
      I'm probably wrong  :laugh:

      Had his teeth done mate.. 😁

      The rest was a cover story...
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      Reply #1671: Jul 01, 2019 12:04:09 pm
      Thanks for one of the best nights of my life a month ago to the day!!!
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      Reply #1672: Jul 01, 2019 04:52:32 pm
      No club would get him if he leaves us after 2022. I've always felt he'd be Germany's boss one day.

      Wants to retire early and take his missus around the world is one reason I've heard.
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      Reply #1673: Jul 01, 2019 08:21:49 pm
      No club would get him if he leaves us after 2022. I've always felt he'd be Germany's boss one day.

      I don’t think he’d go for international management, like many clubs, there’s too much politics involved.
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      Reply #1674: Jul 02, 2019 09:24:14 am
      Here's what I'm hoping for...

      ....with winning his first trophy with us and saying this is just the start...I'm hoping he'll just keep going and not give up his 'baby' by handing over the reins Willy nilly, he's what 52, so I'm thinking perhaps at 60, would be a good time to call time on his career,
      Winning is contagious so when he adds multiple titles & CL's it would be so difficult just to walk away....

      So relax Ladies & Gentle persons we have another 8yrs of undivided delirium to look forward to......Hopefully!!

      BOSS THA !!!


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