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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition

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      Reply #100: Aug 19, 2019 03:49:38 pm
      Great article from James Pearce in The Athletic detailing how Jürgen and staff managed the turnaround from late Wednesday night in Istanbul to Saturday afternoon at Southampton.

      The sport science part is obviously huge, with the squad members who didn't play going through a core session at their hotel early Thursday morning, a NASA-developed ice pack being used during the flight home. Psychology comes into it as Jürgen talked to the team about not being interested in excuses despite himself being unhappy that the Saturday match wasn't moved back a day.

      The team had just an hour's training Friday plus a short video session where they went over Southampton's strengths and weaknesses, plus set piece tendencies (coaching staff had studied this and devised a plan during the flight back and after). Nutrition and rest were also preached but care was made to not overload the players with information during the short turnaround. The group flew that evening to Southampton, had a meal and went to bed, with physios working on Adrian's ankle all the while. Saturday morning the team went on a group walk, and then the match.

      The main halftime adjustment was to get the fullbacks and midfielders more involved in attack. The limitations to this were evident given how tired everyone was, but the difference was evident for 25-30 minutes, which along with the brilliance of the two goals, was enough.

      Players were given Sunday and Monday off and then they'll be back at it tomorrow, with 3-4 days proper training for Arsenal and, I predict, a top drawer performance and three points.
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      Reply #101: Aug 19, 2019 04:12:54 pm
      Great article from James Pearce in The Athletic detailing how Jürgen and staff managed the turnaround from late Wednesday night in Istanbul to Saturday afternoon at Southampton.

      The sport science part is obviously huge, with the squad members who didn't play going through a core session at their hotel early Thursday morning, a NASA-developed ice pack being used during the flight home. Psychology comes into it as Jürgen talked to the team about not being interested in excuses despite himself being unhappy that the Saturday match wasn't moved back a day.

      The team had just an hour's training Friday plus a short video session where they went over Southampton's strengths and weaknesses, plus set piece tendencies (coaching staff had studied this and devised a plan during the flight back and after). Nutrition and rest were also preached but care was made to not overload the players with information during the short turnaround. The group flew that evening to Southampton, had a meal and went to bed, with physios working on Adrian's ankle all the while. Saturday morning the team went on a group walk, and then the match.

      The main halftime adjustment was to get the fullbacks and midfielders more involved in attack. The limitations to this were evident given how tired everyone was, but the difference was evident for 25-30 minutes, which along with the brilliance of the two goals, was enough.

      Players were given Sunday and Monday off and then they'll be back at it tomorrow, with 3-4 days proper training for Arsenal and, I predict, a top drawer performance and three points.


      Doing some good stuff is James with that athletic mob.

      Also it was pretty poor by the FA, League etc. not to move our game to at least a sunday afternoon KO.
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      Reply #102: Aug 19, 2019 05:00:56 pm
      Jürgen Klopp seemingly doing a brilliant job, for the club !
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      Reply #103: Aug 21, 2019 12:50:37 am



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      Reply #104: Aug 21, 2019 01:30:50 am
      Please don’t Jürgen.
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      Reply #105: Aug 21, 2019 01:34:25 am
      Win a few more European trophies alongside league titles..

      & then you have my permission to leave.. 😂
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      Reply #106: Aug 21, 2019 10:51:11 am
      Win a few more European trophies alongside league titles..

      & then you have my permission to leave.. 😂

      Jürgen can leave when Stevie is in a position to take over and not B4.So that looks like another 4 or 5 years.
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      Reply #107: Aug 21, 2019 12:27:53 pm
      Jürgen can leave when Stevie is in a position to take over and not B4.So that looks like another 4 or 5 years.

      Only if Stevie has earned the status as a coach by then forget the sentiment.
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      Reply #108: Aug 21, 2019 02:03:08 pm
      Wouldn't surprise me at all if he leaves in May, 2022. Maybe he retires or maybe after a year off he takes over at Germany for the 2024 Euro and 2026 World Cup cycle.

      Nearly 7 seasons with us would track wih his other stops, but of course there is no way to know how he feels at that point. One thing for sure: none of this is posturing. He's just honest.

      I'll just focus on enjoying these next three seasons and not worry about it. Should make for some great memories.
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      Reply #109: Aug 21, 2019 02:15:57 pm

      Also reported in the f**king rag we all hate from a link in some Spanish comic, none story mate.

      It's f**king guesswork 'cos he spent 7 years at his previous clubs and they apply that figure with his time here, the rag is first in rubbing its nose in sh*t again,
      « Last Edit: Aug 21, 2019 02:20:46 pm by stuey »
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      Reply #110: Aug 21, 2019 03:46:46 pm
      Just stay forever boss
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      Reply #111: Aug 21, 2019 07:50:26 pm
      Only if Stevie has earned the status as a coach by then forget the sentiment.

      Yep, think it might be Pepijn Lijnders, who may take over when Klopp calls it quit.
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      Reply #112: Aug 24, 2019 07:31:34 pm
      Thanks boss, youve made us into the best side in Europe.

      Whoop!
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      Reply #113: Aug 24, 2019 08:32:17 pm
      We are so lucky to have this fella as our boss.
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      Reply #114: Aug 26, 2019 02:31:22 am
      https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/aug/25/jurgen-klopp-liverpool-arsenal

      LOVE the comments from Jürgen in this article by Richard Jolly. He discusses squad depth, conditioning, preseason regimen, Mane's break and the team performance Saturday.

      Enjoy.
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      Reply #115: Aug 26, 2019 04:28:06 pm
      He is going to leave in 2022 isn't he?  :'(

      Let's just enjoy the next 3 years then  xxxxx:action-smiley-065:
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      Reply #116: Aug 26, 2019 04:30:40 pm
      He is going to leave in 2022 isn't he?  :'(

      Let's just enjoy the next 3 years then  xxxxx:action-smiley-065:

      He aint going anywhere, just enjoy the man whilst he is here.
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      Reply #117: Aug 26, 2019 04:48:26 pm
      Lots of knicker elastic getting twisted over a hypothetical scenario. Chill out guys
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      Reply #118: Aug 26, 2019 05:13:38 pm
      Lots of knicker elastic getting twisted over a hypothetical scenario. Chill out guys

      This above.

      At the end of the day if Jürgen decides he has had enough he will go, but until that day comes let's just all enjoy the ride.
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      Reply #119: Aug 27, 2019 12:08:22 pm
      Win a few more European trophies alongside league titles..

      & then you have my permission to leave.. 😂

      ...and only then ... by Order of the Peaky F***ing Blinders.
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      Reply #120: Aug 27, 2019 03:12:25 pm
      Lots of knicker elastic getting twisted over a hypothetical scenario. Chill out guys

      Correct.
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      Reply #121: Aug 30, 2019 12:24:15 am
      He makes players better!

      Bet in Virgil's life, he never thought he'd be the PL POTY. Now look at him. Has to be odds on to win the Balon D'Or.
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      Reply #122: Aug 30, 2019 12:28:43 am
      He makes players better!

      Bet in Virgil's life, he never thought he'd be the PL POTY. Now look at him. Has to be odds on to win the Balon D'Or.

      Jürgen truly is a fantastic coach.

      When we were rumored for Van Dijk, i don't think anyone imagined he'd become the best CB in the sport. The most important single acquisition we have done in years. No one has had a bigger impact on the overall team than Big Virg.
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      Reply #123: Sep 01, 2019 07:43:08 am
      Most consecutive league wins in our history. No mean feat that from the boss.
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      Reply #124: Sep 01, 2019 12:01:09 pm
      What’s that PPG ratio like now? Fuk me I think I turned grey arguing that one ..

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