Oh dear another person who doesn't quite understand what racism is, I'll give you a little hint I am the same race as Jürgen and the majority of other Germans, ie can't be racist. It is however a stereotype of Germans, but in my experience a fairly accurate one. I really like Germans but they are not particularly flexible people, they are very pragmatic and sensible though which I why I hope Klopp might now finally realise he needs to tweak tactics and tilt the team more towards attack.
Well said. Look at those ping-pong passes around the midway line game after game, it won us points before as we managed to scrap through with 1-0 wins that we nearly lost all the games if the oppositions took their opportunities. The warnings were already there. Klopp can;t use such tactics in every game and try to win the league, he needs to outscore the opposition. Such boring tactics will only take Klopp that far and it won't last forever, West Ham and Leicester is the beginning and is a stern warning to klopp. Aguero never stays at one place, he moves around looking for openings and opportunities while klopp continues to peg Salah to the right flank. Salah can't defend well, that's for sure, neither can he attack effectively at the moment because defenders are crowding him out. So, why not move him around to confuse defenders and drag opponents with him to create openings for others. Next, the ball kept flying into the opposition box game after game, with no John Toshack around, for what purpose I honestly don;t know, thus allowing opposition defenders heading practice to regain possession and it is so frustrating to watch game after game. Why not drive the ball across the opposition box while players following through and hope that one will toe poke it into goal. e stand a better chance with the ballon the ground then in the air. Next is Firminho, he is a one in 6 match player, 1 game superb bad performances are forgotten and went missing in the next 5 games and his performance against West Ham was truly shocking beyond words and he gets to start in every game. A case of consistently being inconsistent. Rigid, yes Klopp is.
« Last Edit: Feb 06, 2019 10:42:39 pm by redkop63 »