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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)

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      Frankly, Mr Shankly
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2425: Jan 01, 2022 02:16:22 pm
      Now Jürgen himself has covid. Hopefully he'll learn from this that his nonsense about the unvaccinated was completely wrong and unacceptable.

      Captain Farthead strikes again
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      Reply #2426: Jan 01, 2022 02:16:59 pm
      Now Jürgen himself has covid. Hopefully he'll learn from this that his nonsense about the unvaccinated was completely wrong and unacceptable.

      Oh shut the f**k up you crying tw*t!!

      He should be more worried about his missus kicking him out of the house. 10 mins moaning about the refs etc and she'll have him standing in the garden watching through the window.
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      Reply #2427: Jan 01, 2022 02:23:59 pm

      Why was he completely wrong ? Having the vaccine doesn’t stop someone catching it

      He's been wrong about it all, especially his disgusting comparison between unvaccinated and drink driving.

      Man should apologise.
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      Reply #2428: Jan 01, 2022 02:25:38 pm
      He's been wrong about it all, especially his disgusting comparison between unvaccinated and drink driving.

      Man should apologise.

      It's called an opinion you cheeky c**t and everyone has one including Klopp. So f**k you and your snowflake whinging.
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      Reply #2429: Jan 01, 2022 02:37:08 pm
      He's been wrong about it all, especially his disgusting comparison between unvaccinated and drink driving.

      Man should apologise.



      Why is he wrong ?
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      Reply #2430: Jan 01, 2022 02:52:36 pm
      Just a quick note to say Get Well Soon, Jürgen. So many cases among younger people bring only mild symptoms, but one group that CoVid tends to hit harder are smokers (respiratory virus). I hope the boss is doing alright.
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      Reply #2431: Jan 01, 2022 03:02:29 pm
      It's called an opinion you cheeky c**t and everyone has one including Klopp. So f**k you and your snowflake whinging.

      Why you getting so upset about my opinion then?  :lmao:
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      Reply #2432: Jan 01, 2022 03:07:22 pm
      Why you getting so upset about my opinion then?  :lmao:

      because you are a f***in idiot
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #2433: Jan 01, 2022 03:11:14 pm
      You guys  :lmao: :lmao:

      Maturity of teenage kids.
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      Reply #2434: Jan 01, 2022 03:11:17 pm
      Now Jürgen himself has covid. Hopefully he'll learn from this that his nonsense about the unvaccinated was completely wrong and unacceptable.

      But surely it’s as clear as eggs are eggs. The vaccinated will suffer a much milder impact of the virus, than them who are unvaccinated. I’m sure the implications of that don’t need explaining do they.

      I was up for the Villa game wi  to h my lad, and at the
      hotel we stayed in, the owner said”do what you want, but I refuse to wear a mask, I’ve got an immune system”

      🤷‍♂️ WHAT….. so did all the people who perished from this virus. Yes, you have a choice, but if you are going to make a moral protest about masks, keep it to yourself also, and consider the others who come into your presence. Simple !
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      Reply #2435: Jan 01, 2022 03:13:32 pm
      Now Jürgen himself has covid. Hopefully he'll learn from this that his nonsense about the unvaccinated was completely wrong and unacceptable.

      Erm why would he 'learn' that ? Him having the vaccine should lessen symptoms and make a trip to hospital less likely
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      Reply #2436: Jan 01, 2022 03:15:21 pm
      Shame so many people are taking the bait in here!

      Just ignore him.
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      Reply #2437: Jan 01, 2022 03:17:11 pm
      Hope the boss gets well, but it's going to be a loss not having him on the sideline.

      Wonder would they have him on skype or zoom in the changing room at HT :)

      Players need to standup now...
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      Reply #2438: Jan 01, 2022 03:24:02 pm
      Hope the boss gets well, but it's going to be a loss not having him on the sideline.

      Wonder would they have him on skype or zoom in the changing room at HT :)

      Players need to standup now...



      Could be the kick up the star they need after the last game 😬
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      Reply #2439: Jan 01, 2022 03:29:17 pm

      Could be the kick up the star they need after the last game 😬

      Who knows.

      Don't think anyone really saw the Leicester result coming.

      Certainly Jürgen not being there will be something different - what effect that will have, really hard to tell.

      At the end of the day, the players need to go out there and perform. We have leaders like Hendo and VVD and Milly etc. so we have the experience there, hopefully they will react in the right way.
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      Reply #2440: Jan 01, 2022 03:48:10 pm
      Hope the boss gets well, but it's going to be a loss not having him on the sideline.

      Wonder would they have him on skype or zoom in the changing room at HT :)

      Players need to standup now...
      My guess is Jürgen speaks with coaches, before and during the match, but leaves match day communication w the players to Pep.
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      Reply #2441: Jan 01, 2022 03:52:13 pm
      Erm why would he 'learn' that ? Him having the vaccine should lessen symptoms and make a trip to hospital less likely

      Trip to hospital is unlikely regardless.

      Him having built up natural immunity through exposure to the virus should help. Plus, he has an immune system. Hopefully he'll be well soon.
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      Reply #2442: Jan 01, 2022 05:57:28 pm
      Shame so many people are taking the bait in here!

      Just ignore him.

      F**k it, the pr**k needs calling out for the sh*te he spouts.
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      Reply #2443: Jan 01, 2022 06:13:05 pm
      My god every thread is full of grown men(I think) squabbling with eachother. Bizarre.

      Hope the boss is OK and on the mend soon. He is our leader ... the heart of this football club and he will be missed tomorrow. I hope the match is postponed.

      Whatever happens this season is tainted beyond belief. The club with 2 1/2 first teams ... everything playing into the hands and falling into their lap.

      The whole integrity of the league has gone. It ain't a fair competition. I've had enough of this season to be honest.

      Get well soon boss.
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      Reply #2444: Jan 01, 2022 06:18:53 pm
      My god every thread is full of grown men(I think) squabbling with eachother. Bizarre.

      Hope the boss is OK and on the mend soon. He is our leader ... the heart of this football club and he will be missed tomorrow. I hope the match is postponed.

      Whatever happens this season is tainted beyond belief. The club with 2 1/2 first teams ... everything playing into the hands and falling into their lap.

      The whole integrity of the league has gone. It ain't a fair competition. I've had enough of this season to be honest.

      Get well soon boss.

      If we win the League Cup &  number 7 in May would you still say the season was tainted.

      It's been far more enjoyable than last season
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      Reply #2445: Jan 01, 2022 06:24:03 pm
      If we win the League Cup &  number 7 in May would you still say the season was tainted.

      It's been far more enjoyable than last season

      The Premier league is tainted mate. I never mentioned the cups. However

      Yeah I would actually. The whole thing is a farce now. A complete lottery. If you think this is football... on a level playing field then fair enough. I dont. The competition is a complete joke and the game is in chaos.
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      Reply #2446: Jan 01, 2022 06:33:35 pm
      The Premier league is tainted mate. I never mentioned the cups. However

      Yeah I would actually. The whole thing is a farce now. A complete lottery. If you think this is football... on a level playing field then fair enough. I dont. The competition is a complete joke and the game is in chaos.

      To an extent I get what you’re saying, it’s not much fun not knowing from day to day what and who you have available

      However, it’s life right now.  It’s what we have, what’s the alternative? F**k it off? Don’t see the point
      Truth is, it’s a magnification of football in general anyway, those with the stronger squads and a bit of luck will come off the best

      But again what’s the alternative? We scrap the season and have nothing to look forward to at the weekend? Even if we do the players don’t stop aging? They still get a year older, they still go beyond their peaks, just without playing
      If they don’t play, not only do the squads age, we have no income either trough tv or through the gate and we can’t move on and the likes of city and Chelsea move beyond us as they don’t rely on income to improve

      As Huyton said, it’s better than last season as the fans are in, if that changes I don’t know if I could be arsed but they are and we have to get on with it

      The whole world isn’t great, football isn’t normal, but it gets us through
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      Reply #2447: Jan 01, 2022 06:47:19 pm
      To an extent I get what you’re saying, it’s not much fun not knowing from day to day what and who you have available

      However, it’s life right now.  It’s what we have, what’s the alternative? F**k it off? Don’t see the point
      Truth is, it’s a magnification of football in general anyway, those with the stronger squads and a bit of luck will come off the best

      But again what’s the alternative? We scrap the season and have nothing to look forward to at the weekend? Even if we do the players don’t stop aging? They still get a year older, they still go beyond their peaks, just without playing
      If they don’t play, not only do the squads age, we have no income either trough tv or through the gate and we can’t move on and the likes of city and Chelsea move beyond us as they don’t rely on income to improve

      As Huyton said, it’s better than last season as the fans are in, if that changes I don’t know if I could be arsed but they are and we have to get on with it

      The whole world isn’t great, football isn’t normal, but it gets us through

      I take those points mate.

      It is better with fans in. But as a competition and a spectacle it's becoming a farce.

      And it's playing into the hands of the cheats again who will just stroll off with another title. I'm frustrated with the whole thing.
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      Reply #2448: Jan 01, 2022 08:27:00 pm
      One positive of this virus is it has fully shown who the weirdos and attention seekers of the forum are.
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      Reply #2449: Jan 01, 2022 08:42:56 pm
      Football in Empty stadiums is just not a sporting contest as we know it. The sensible scientists seem to believe we are through the worst and should get through this latest surge far better than last winter. Jürgen has only spoken common sense as most people thankfully have taken measures to protect themselves their families and their friends.

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