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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)

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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2300: Nov 16, 2021 05:30:01 pm
      This will always be one of my favourite moments from Klopp


      https://youtu.be/j_CJ-QialoA


      Nearly as good as this


      https://youtu.be/ddq0cZQLkJM

      His celebration against the blueshite and fist pumping to the kop won't be bettered.
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      Reply #2301: Nov 16, 2021 05:36:24 pm
      His celebration against the blueshite and fist pumping to the kop won't be bettered.

      It was brilliant

      I still can’t stop laughing every time I see that reaction to the shot by Lucas 😂
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      Reply #2302: Nov 16, 2021 06:30:20 pm
      I always remember Suarez when Moyes said before a game for the referee to watch for Suarez diving, he's scored run from the goal to where Moyes was sitting and took a long dive, priceless
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      Reply #2303: Nov 17, 2021 10:04:46 am
      His celebration against the blueshite and fist pumping to the kop won't be bettered.
      The Bluenoses still whinge about that celebration to this day!
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      Reply #2304: Nov 17, 2021 11:00:04 am
      his greeting of Harvey says all you need to know about how genuine a human being he is. He is by far the most open manager I have ever seen he answers every question put to him openly and honestly regardless of how many times he would have been asked the very same question many times before.
      Just hope he has a decent squad to pick from this weekend after the carnage once again during the international break,
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      Reply #2305: Nov 18, 2021 11:56:38 am
      Looking at the recent Twitter explosion and it appears it’s aimed at Pep Lijinders


      Someone had the cheek in an article to suggest that in 3 years when Klopp May leave that the club could look at Pep to take over


      Now personally I think Klopp looks a bit more refreshed this season and will extend his contract until 2027.

      But if he didn’t then it’s going to be a dilemma on which way to go


      Keep it in house ala the boot room and give Pep the reigns - it’s not the worst shout and would certainly carry on the way the team works and plays


      Go to Gerrard- I’m still worried that it would be a sentimental choice based , but unless it goes horrifically wrong at Villa he will be in the discussion


      Or established manager - something that hasn’t worked for the Mancs but maybe we would look at someone like Flick or Ten Haag
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      Reply #2306: Nov 18, 2021 12:19:00 pm
      Looking at the recent Twitter explosion and it appears it’s aimed at Pep Lijinders


      Someone had the cheek in an article to suggest that in 3 years when Klopp May leave that the club could look at Pep to take over


      Now personally I think Klopp looks a bit more refreshed this season and will extend his contract until 2027.

      But if he didn’t then it’s going to be a dilemma on which way to go


      Keep it in house ala the boot room and give Pep the reigns - it’s not the worst shout and would certainly carry on the way the team works and plays


      Go to Gerrard- I’m still worried that it would be a sentimental choice based , but unless it goes horrifically wrong at Villa he will be in the discussion


      Or established manager - something that hasn’t worked for the Mancs but maybe we would look at someone like Flick or Ten Haag

      this question is still minimum 3 seasons away. My advice just enjoy klopp while we have him. Ignore the negative twitter folk.

      Plenty in real life to worry about. ;-)
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      Reply #2307: Nov 18, 2021 01:21:15 pm
      this question is still minimum 3 seasons away. My advice just enjoy klopp while we have him. Ignore the negative twitter folk.

      Plenty in real life to worry about. ;-)

      Unfortunately it’s not 3 seasons away unless we want to be totally unprepared. If FSG have any sense, they already have a shortlist available and a plan of attack should Jürgen stick with his retirement plans. I hope he doesn’t because I don’t think there are too many other managers will be able to do what Koop has done.
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      Reply #2308: Nov 18, 2021 01:29:41 pm
      this question is still minimum 3 seasons away. My advice just enjoy klopp while we have him. Ignore the negative twitter folk.

      Plenty in real life to worry about. ;-)

      For sure. Worrying about 3 years from now is a fool's errand as so many things can change in such a long time, but this team doesn't just live in the moment and is always planning ahead so when the time eventually comes i am sure there will be a plan in place.
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      Reply #2309: Nov 18, 2021 01:30:14 pm
      Unfortunately it’s not 3 seasons away unless we want to be totally unprepared. If FSG have any sense, they already have a shortlist available and a plan of attack should Jürgen stick with his retirement plans. I hope he doesn’t because I don’t think there are too many other managers will be able to do what Koop has done.

      well i for one will not waste any energy worrying about anything thats 2.5 yrs away. ;D.
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      Reply #2310: Nov 18, 2021 04:18:55 pm
      well i for one will not waste any energy worrying about anything thats 2.5 yrs away. ;D.

      There are those who seek comfort and security on being a few steps ahead of everybody. Good to think about it and plan ahead. However don’t worry too much.

      The extreme types would have mapped out several outcomes and a complicated flow charts to “catch all” options and possibilities. Surely enough, they’d be a few steps ahead of us when the day arrives. When they say I told you so, they’re genuinely not calling bluff. Complicated flow charts!
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      Reply #2311: Nov 18, 2021 04:24:52 pm
      well i for one will not waste any energy worrying about anything thats 2.5 yrs away. ;D.

      It's a strange thing...it's almost like you can enjoy the present and still be concerned about the future. Kinda like having a high schooler...you enjoy the time you have with them now but it's still bittersweet knowing they'll leave the house in couple of years to go to college.
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      Reply #2312: Nov 18, 2021 05:07:04 pm
      The Bluenoses still whinge about that celebration to this day!

      Hahaha no wonder, it sh*t all over their blue smoke they'd deployed to celebrate the draw :laugh:
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      Reply #2313: Nov 18, 2021 05:35:02 pm
      It's a strange thing...it's almost like you can enjoy the present and still be concerned about the future. Kinda like having a high schooler...you enjoy the time you have with them now but it's still bittersweet knowing they'll leave the house in couple of years to go to college.

      yea, its my kids and family and friends I worry about.

      Kids going to uni next year etc. ;-)

      Honestly the next liverpool manager is the last thing on my mind, enjoy the main man klopp while he is here.
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      Reply #2314: Nov 18, 2021 05:36:14 pm
      There are those who seek comfort and security on being a few steps ahead of everybody. Good to think about it and plan ahead. However don’t worry too much.

      The extreme types would have mapped out several outcomes and a complicated flow charts to “catch all” options and possibilities. Surely enough, they’d be a few steps ahead of us when the day arrives. When they say I told you so, they’re genuinely not calling bluff. Complicated flow charts!


      Indeed.  :D

      I do enough charts and drawing at work, dont want to be doing that about the footi team too. the mad crackpots.  :lmao:
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      Reply #2315: Nov 18, 2021 08:10:55 pm
      Stevie G mentioned that Jürgen
      ‘sent me a message and he said he’s looking forward to a big hug on the side on December 11 so that’s something to look forward to.’
      Really looking forward to that game :)
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      Reply #2316: Nov 19, 2021 09:18:55 pm
      Stevie G mentioned that Jürgen
      ‘sent me a message and he said he’s looking forward to a big hug on the side on December 11 so that’s something to look forward to.’

      Really looking forward to that game :)

      I'd love to be in the middle of that hug   :hug: :hug: :hug: I wish!!
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      Reply #2317: Nov 20, 2021 03:41:52 pm
      I'd love to be in the middle of that hug   :hug: :hug: :hug: I wish!!

      Jürgen should do Santa some match day over Xmas and have some supporters up for a big Santa hug before the game, be great craic :)
      Have some kinda Charlie-and-the-Chocolate-factory-golden-ticket type draw to see who was going to get the hugs.

      OK, going to stop talking sh*te now...
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      Reply #2318: Nov 20, 2021 09:40:40 pm
      Jürgen should do Santa some match day over Xmas and have some supporters up for a big Santa hug before the game, be great craic :)
      Have some kinda Charlie-and-the-Chocolate-factory-golden-ticket type draw to see who was going to get the hugs.

      OK, going to stop talking sh*te now...

       :lmao: Love it !!

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