Here's the craic, ALL players at this level have a LOT of technical ability, and this bollocks of trying to put some in a category of "technical" and others in a category of "industrial" is absolute horseshit, and is a sly way of trying to demean players.
It's an old tactic used by arsehole pundits who like to say that English players can't be "technical".
Well, here's some more news for you; neither Milner nor Henderson would be playing regularly in a Klopp tean if they weren't "technical".
Of course every player has a different level of technical ability, some better than others. Of course it's logical to categorize them. Would you not put Kante, Drinkwater, Allan etc in the more industrial over the technical category? How about the likes of, Kroos, Pjanic, Jorginho etc in the more technical over industrial category? It makes sense... right?
As for the English, you don't need to be a genius to know the English league is more suited for the less technical than any other top leagues, hence the reason why the English has always produced better industrial players than other foreign leagues, such as the Spanish, French and Italian leagues.
It also doesn't matter a jot where you rate Henderson; as has been proven time and time again, Klopp rates him in what you keep describing as a "6 in a double pivot", when he's nothing of the sort. It's just something you read somewhere that you think sounds good.
Yes, you have said many times that people who disagree doesn't matter because Klopp knows more etc. We get it, he knows more, but that doesn't mean he is 100% right, right? It is his opinion, just like it is ours.
Klopp has said it a dozen times; it's not about set formations. If a player finds himself in a 6, 8 or 10 roles, then the player assumes the responsibility of that role until such time as we reset.
I have no idea why you find that so difficult to understand, or why you insist on banging on about players being in rigid positions when they clearly aren't.
The way Klopp plays is that we use our fullbacks as the outlets and the providers, 2 of the 3 midfielders are there to cover, and the furthest forward to support, so that the 2 wide players can tuck in and we get plenty of bodies in the box, because statistically (and Klopp loves his stats) a team is more likely to score if they have at least 3 but no more than 5 players in and around the box during open play.
The limit of 5 is set because if you have more, you are more likely to concede from a counter attack.
What you insist on calling a "10" sits outside or on the edge of the box to defend from the front, keep the ball moving, and shoot if the opportunity arises.
What you call the "8" is either defending the flank behind the fullback or trying to create an overload on either flank (Milner).
Essentially, you are banging on about an 80's model of play, with "one sitting, one going", and that is simply not the case.
Rafa's best team played a true double pivot, with 1 ball winner and 1 deep lying playmaker.
That is not what we do under Klopp, and as explained before, Henderson plays more of a Volante role than a true 6, because a true 6 is a very rigid position with little or no scope for movement, invention or targeted pressing further up the field.
Stop reading shitty websites and looking at diagrams, listen to Klopp explain his systems and actually try to understand that all this "double pivot" stuff you keep spouting is pure nonsense in the systems we play.
Here is yet another example for you, a fully qualified coach/manager (that knows more than us
) giving his opinion on how 4231 differs over 433.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHw_PmmdbmA
Also, you shouldn't take everything literal. Double pivot doesn't necessary mean 2 CM's in static defensive positions for me, more so 2 hub players, 2 central midfielders, 2x 6's, 2x 8's. Do you think Klopp was being literal when he said Fab and Wijnaldum played as a double 6? For sure, we will mainly see one go and one stay, whether that's Wijnaldum or Fabinho, it doesn't matter as seen when we actually play 4231.
Same goes with a 433, we will see Hendo in the 8 role and one of the 8's covering the 6 and assuming the role (just as any other team), but generally, you will see the players playing more to the assigned role and position, but that doesn't mean it is rigid and they have no scope for movement, invention or targeted pressing further up the field.
And of course, it is nothing new seeing players assuming a role and taking responsibility If the player finds himself in a 6, 8 or 10 roles, I see it in every game, some teams more so than others, nothing revolutionary for me.