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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)

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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5589: Jan 31, 2024 05:43:54 pm
      Would be interested to know why Jürgen u-turned on it given he was so against something like this a few years ago.

      Maybe he knew he was leaving when it was in the pipeline so he doesn’t give a F**k.

      Probably this. And to give the fans a nice farewell, inside view of an amazing final season.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5590: Jan 31, 2024 05:48:52 pm
      It’s gives the social media whoppers something else to blame for Klopp leaving
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5591: Jan 31, 2024 11:37:29 pm
      Would be interested to know why Jürgen u-turned on it given he was so against something like this a few years ago.

      Maybe he knew he was leaving when it was in the pipeline so he doesn’t give a F**k.

      It won't show any footage from the dressing room. Think that is why he's down with it. All or Nothing want cameras in the dressing room and that is why he jibbed that one.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5592: Feb 01, 2024 04:46:57 pm
      200 Premier League victories for the man.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5593: Feb 13, 2024 12:24:42 pm
      October the eighth two thousand and fifteen
      You became manager of our Red machine
      Instantly adored by all of the Kop
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      Cup finals followed both home and abroad
      The Liverbird flying as Jürgen's Reds soared
      Heartbreak in Keiv didn't make our heads drop
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      Eighteen-nineteen crowned Europe's best
      Tears of joy and pumps of your chest
      We conquered Europe, the World was our next stop
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      Champions of the World and top of the League
      But along came covid to put a halt on our dream
      The season restarted and champagned was popped
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      There we were back on our perch
      Overwhelmed with emotion all our hearts burst
      Kenny and Jürgen embraced on the Kop
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      A poor season followed no defence or no fans
      Liverpool were finished but we had other plans
      We just missed the quad but we didn't strop
      Now we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      Another poor season forced a rebuild
      That required the best and most skilled
      And less than one year on we're back on top
      So we say thank you, Jürgen Klopp

      The day you depart I know we'll all cry
      As you wave that League Title and say your goodbye
      These past nine years we would never swap
      You'll Never Walk Alone, Jürgen Norbert Klopp
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5594: Feb 13, 2024 03:47:09 pm
      The "Normal" one

      As we walk on through the rain
      remember
      It was he, and he alone
      Who turned us from doubter's and into believer"s once again.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5595: Feb 18, 2024 10:26:23 am
      I think Jürgen will be Real Madrid manager at some stage. Ancelotti has a contract until 2026 so it won't be just yet but he loves Bellingham and will get to work with Mbappe...who'd blame him.
      Sign us off as Champions this year boss....COYRM
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      Reply #5596: Feb 18, 2024 10:40:14 am
      I think Jürgen will be Real Madrid manager at some stage. Ancelotti has a contract until 2026 so it won't be just yet but he loves Bellingham and will get to work with Mbappe...who'd blame him.
      Sign us off as Champions this year boss....COYRM

      I don’t tbink he would go anywhere near them , or Barcelona or PSG

      Only see him being German manager and maybe Bayern
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      Reply #5597: Feb 18, 2024 11:57:37 am
      I don’t tbink he would go anywhere near them , or Barcelona or PSG

      Only see him being German manager and maybe Bayern

      Hasn't he always said he wouldn't manage Bayern as a sign of respect to Dortmund?
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      Reply #5598: Feb 18, 2024 12:19:34 pm
      Hasn't he always said he wouldn't manage Bayern as a sign of respect to Dortmund?

      Yes. I believe he will manage germany and then call it a day.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5599: Feb 18, 2024 12:26:12 pm
      Hasn't he always said he wouldn't manage Bayern as a sign of respect to Dortmund?

      Not sure - I don’t think so mate

      Can see him taking it on after a years break if it isn’t the German national team
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5600: Feb 18, 2024 12:35:24 pm
      I don’t tbink he would go anywhere near them , or Barcelona or PSG

      Only see him being German manager and maybe Bayern

      I think he'll take the Real Job, that's where the new gaff he's building in Spain will come in useful. I don't see Klopp as a national manager, he'd get bored.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5601: Feb 18, 2024 02:02:27 pm
      I don’t tbink he would go anywhere near them , or Barcelona or PSG

      Only see him being German manager and maybe Bayern

      Same here, the only one of those 3 would perhaps be Barca but Klopp has always played the underdog (although financially Barca are very uch that these days it seems).
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5602: Feb 18, 2024 02:21:25 pm
      I think he'll take the Real Job, that's where the new gaff he's building in Spain will come in useful. I don't see Klopp as a national manager, he'd get bored.
      Agree, There's no great milage to being a National coach these days. International football is dire and doesn't generate a great deal of excitement, and Nationalism generally is often aligned with the Far Right. I wouldn't be surprised if he walks away from the game completely.
      One thing is for sure...We'll miss him when he's gone.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5603: Feb 18, 2024 02:44:41 pm
      Agree, There's no great milage to being a National coach these days. International football is dire and doesn't generate a great deal of excitement, and Nationalism generally is often aligned with the Far Right. I wouldn't be surprised if he walks away from the game completely.
      One thing is for sure...We'll miss him when he's gone.

      The National manager’s job is the exact level of job that he clearly wants next imo - something less intense and day to day
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5604: Feb 18, 2024 02:47:48 pm
      The National manager’s job is the exact level of job that he clearly wants next imo - something less intense and day to day

      You think.

      Isn't that what the break is for recharge and go again. Like from Dorrmund to Liverpool, break in between.

      Win the title with Real maybe another European Cup and he can say he's done it in three of the top leagues in the world.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5605: Feb 18, 2024 02:51:16 pm
       :f_wah:
      You think.

      Isn't that what the break is for recharge and go again. Like from Dorrmund to Liverpool, break in between.

      Win the title with Real maybe another European Cup and he can say he's done it in three of the top leagues in the world.

      Yeah I can see him in Spain or even bring the glory days back to an Italian giant.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5606: Feb 18, 2024 02:52:46 pm
      :f_wah:
      Yeah I can see him in Spain or even bring the glory days back to an Italian giant.

      Real would be the next step logically - few years there then retirement.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5607: Feb 18, 2024 03:02:37 pm
      You think.

      Isn't that what the break is for recharge and go again. Like from Dorrmund to Liverpool, break in between.

      Win the title with Real maybe another European Cup and he can say he's done it in three of the top leagues in the world.

      Nah I don’t think Klopp has that level of ego to even think that way

      Madrid is just not the sort of club Klopp would go near imo
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      Reply #5608: Feb 18, 2024 04:04:56 pm
      Nah I don’t think Klopp has that level of ego to even think that way

      Madrid is just not the sort of club Klopp would go near imo


      Ancelloti's contract that's been extended by a year will be up as well when Klopp's had his break.

      I just see him wanting one last challenge, he won't join Bayern due to previously being employed by Dortmund  same way he mentioned about not managing another Premier League team. Spain or Italy and he's building a new place in Spain.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5609: Feb 18, 2024 04:10:24 pm
      No way klopp at 57 leaves a 24/7 high pressure job and then goes into another 24/7 even higher pressure job. Madrid ... everything about that club is so short termism ...  money money money. 3 or 4 defeats and they want you sacked. Just not the kind of thing I feel appeals to klopp.

      He's won the big ones in club football. He has his sabbatical ... he may retire or do one cycle with Germany to take him into his 60s and then he packs in. Germany would appeal more to him in my view to any club job. And he can relax more in that job.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5610: Feb 18, 2024 04:32:34 pm
      Ancelloti's contract that's been extended by a year will be up as well when Klopp's had his break.

      I just see him wanting one last challenge, he won't join Bayern due to previously being employed by Dortmund  same way he mentioned about not managing another Premier League team. Spain or Italy and he's building a new place in Spain.

      His connection to Dortmund won’t stop him taking the Bayern job

      This is Klopp , he won’t go near a club like Madrid - he may go to Italy for a Milan job or got to Spain for somewhere like Atletico but Real Madrid is just not a club that he imo will go near - he at coming up to 60 won’t go near it
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager (Part 2)
      Reply #5611: Feb 18, 2024 04:38:14 pm
      No way klopp at 57 leaves a 24/7 high pressure job and then goes into another 24/7 even higher pressure job. Madrid ... everything about that club is so short termism ...  money money money. 3 or 4 defeats and they want you sacked. Just not the kind of thing I feel appeals to klopp.

      He's won the big ones in club football. He has his sabbatical ... he may retire or do one cycle with Germany to take him into his 60s and then he packs in. Germany would appeal more to him in my view to any club job. And he can relax more in that job.

      I pretty much agree. He is done with club football bar Mainz, Dortmund or Liverpool become vacant at a convenient time while he suffers from club football nostalgia. I think he will want to complete his collection with a national team’s world/european title and probably Germany will be his first choice. I doubt he‘ll retire. He is still not old, has always worked as a coach, hard to see him not gettin bored after some months. Therefore our chances to see him again as a coach at Anfield are not zero, I‘d reckon.

      p.s. Does my second sentence using „bar“ makes sense?

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