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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)

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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2075: May 29, 2021 12:32:37 pm
      I don't agree with what he says but he can have this opinion. Klopp is not a god, he can make mistakes and be sacked. His last season at Dortmund was awful. A great manager, but I agree with him, Klopp's decisions at times have been terrible and for me, while we've been able to qualify on the 37th and 38th games of the league thanks to our GK's goal, we have not shown yet that we belong to the top of Europe again.

      It's not very mature to tell someone who has another opinion to grow up. Growing up is realizing that you're not right as often as you may think and others are entitled to their opinion.

      Yes, everyone is entitled to their opinion.

      Other people are entitled to ridicule it if it's clearly nonsense.

      No one has the right to be taken seriously when they spout bollocks.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2076: May 30, 2021 06:11:42 am

      Flat Earth Society stuff

      You people love that (supposed) awful last season at Dortmund. You worship at the altar of Klopp's 'awful' last season at Dortmund.

      "And so it shall come to pass that because Klopp had an awful last season at Dortmund, it must happen again at Liverpool and he will be sacked, Amen."

      It's for people who read their horoscope in the paper and believe every word of it.

      "He ran his players into the ground don't you know! 3 died of exhaustion in a single match against Saint Pauli. 8 died in February alone. By late March there were calls for him to be charged for gross crimes against humanity."

      I'm surprised nobody's ever made a Hollywood blockbuster about Klopp's last season at Dortmund.

      Actually if you look at Klopp's last season at Dortmund, they were bottom in the winter but turned it around to finish 7th, scraping into a UEFA Cup place, which seems like a pretty decent rescue job to me.





      You forgot the part where he turns water into wine, but in Klopp’s case it’s Doubters into believers, some ppl mate only believe what they want to believe, or read what the want to read and not between the lines, wouldn’t surprise me to learn he reads the S*n or any other of the red tops, and we all know what happens in the bible, he dies at the end, just like his theory that Klopp’s last season at BvB was awful !



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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2077: Jun 02, 2021 01:22:22 pm
      Just flicking through Twitter on all the videos and photos from the European Cup win and just for some reason felt a tinge of sadness.

      Simply because watching Jürgen being so happy makes me think I never want him to leave. He really gives you the feeling he's one of us and his little quirks make him even more so.

      An absolute legend.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2078: Jun 02, 2021 01:28:58 pm
      I don't agree with what he says but he can have this opinion. Klopp is not a god, he can make mistakes and be sacked. His last season at Dortmund was awful. A great manager, but I agree with him, Klopp's decisions at times have been terrible and for me, while we've been able to qualify on the 37th and 38th games of the league thanks to our GK's goal, we have not shown yet that we belong to the top of Europe again.

      It's not very mature to tell someone who has another opinion to grow up. Growing up is realizing that you're not right as often as you may think and others are entitled to their opinion.

      Dickhead he should have rung you and asked for your 26 years of life experience to weight in and tell him how to do his job.

      There’s your post and then the one directly above this from Si its a visual in to the contrast between a FIFA fan and someone who understands the ethos of the club.

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