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      Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition

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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #76: Jul 25, 2019 09:56:09 am
      If don't bring one or two players in think we bin league cup again and fa cup play u23 don't have squad.

      Put out our ull team league or champion league thats it.

      l hope the boss keeps Wilson and Kent if he gets rid of both before season starts then we really are not going win league as our bench looks weak
      « Last Edit: Jul 25, 2019 10:32:47 am by JD »
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      Reply #77: Jul 25, 2019 02:14:56 pm
      If don't bring one or two players in think we bin league cup again and fa cup play u23 don't have squad.

      Put out our ull team league or champion league thats it.

      l hope the boss keeps Wilson and Kent if he gets rid of both before season starts then we really are not going win league as our bench looks weak

      Loans out can wait until January. EFL Trophy factors into this as well.
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      Reply #78: Jul 25, 2019 04:07:12 pm
      If don't bring one or two players in think we bin league cup again and fa cup play u23 don't have squad.

      Put out our ull team league or champion league thats it.

      l hope the boss keeps Wilson and Kent if he gets rid of both before season starts then we really are not going win league as our bench looks weak

      Why do i feel i know this poster...but just joined....hmm
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      Reply #79: Jul 26, 2019 10:13:13 pm
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #80: Jul 27, 2019 04:19:20 pm
      That's a good piece,but f**k me those people on twitter!The f**king sign someone cu*ts,no clue,we need to have an exam for people to support the team!
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #81: Jul 27, 2019 06:17:10 pm
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      Reply #82: Jul 27, 2019 10:09:21 pm
      Article is bang on & should be put in the transfer thread too..

      I’m loving every f**king minute of Klopp as our Boss..
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      Reply #83: Jul 31, 2019 08:41:14 pm
      We all love the Klopp hugs and appreciate how supportive he is of the players, but did you hear him reading the riot act to Rhian Brewster today shortly before he made 10 changes in the 2nd half? I think it was for not closing someone down.

      Klopp is a great guy but if you aren't meeting his expectations, he will make sure you know it.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #84: Aug 01, 2019 05:30:30 pm
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      Reply #85: Aug 02, 2019 04:29:56 am
      Not mine but had to share it...



      You were angry because I signed a "premier league flop" from Roma..he has won 2 Golden Boots in 2 years.

      You were angry because I signed a cheap left-back from a relegated team..today he is the best left-back in the world.

      You were angry when I replaced Nathaniel Clyne with an 19 year old academy kid..today he is the best right-back in the world.

      You were angry because I spent 75 million on a goalkeeper and a central defender..today they are both Ballon d'or contenders, ahead of Messi.

      This year I have signed 2 cheap teenagers and considering Oxlade-Chamberlain like a new signing...and you are REALLY angry, again. You know what this means..
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #86: Aug 07, 2019 01:52:37 am
      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07jxkn9

      Klopp and Robbo on 5 Live podcast Tuesday.
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      Reply #87: Aug 08, 2019 04:15:48 pm
      Love this interview with Stan Collymore and Jürgen Klopp. Love how talks about relaxing and the philosphy of coaching.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b2xa7zdPyw
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      Reply #88: Aug 09, 2019 12:24:53 pm
      Agreed klopp has done wonders and the players he bought in has justified his selections
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      Reply #89: Aug 09, 2019 01:52:06 pm
      Jürgen says we should all get along on here.

      From the matchday programme, quoted on the official site:

      "A new season is always about opportunity. I think this coming one presents the best kind of opportunity for all of us in the LFC fold.

      "As the team, we know we have the opportunity to be better than we were last season. This I love about football. Regardless of what came before you know there are new challenges and new memories to make.

      "This team, since I have been fortunate enough to lead them, has been all about progression collectively and individually. They know standing still means you actually fall backwards. The Premier League, the domestic cups and Europe – all our opponents will make strides forward. Our strides can and must be bigger if we want to achieve.

      "I hear the words often, after a season like we just had, about how difficult or how important it is to 'go again'. I don’t dislike the sentiment and there is merit to it, but simply ‘going again’ won’t be enough. We need to be even stronger, even fitter, smarter, more committed, greater focus.

      "Maybe a slight change on the sentiment: 'improve again', maybe 'progress again'.

      "Here is what I know for certain: it will be the toughest, most challenging season we will all face, and that is because of the quality we compete with. Starting tonight we face outstanding players, led by brilliant managers and coaches week in and week out – it doesn’t stop.

      "But it’s the challenge that makes it so fulfilling and so enjoyable. Let’s never lose sight of what we are all involved in; it’s about energy and joy, it’s about shared experiences. There is so much in the outside world that is not to enjoy at the moment, so much that is divisive. Football at its best is the antidote to this, albeit we know it can only often be brief respite. Football offers the chance for people from all backgrounds and all communities to come together and focus on achieving something amazing through collective effort.

      "Everyone – from the players to the staff to the supporters – shares equally in the joyous moment of a goal or a win. We can all experience the fulfillment that comes from helping each other. Supporters give energy to the players through atmosphere and players give energy back through their commitment and enterprise. Everyone contributes and everyone benefits.

      "These are the values that will shape our season. If we all look to continue this relationship – of one big community, all coming together to help the team achieve – then we can enjoy special moments again I think.

      "If I had one message for the coming season, to everyone who cares about this amazing club, it is that we are ready for some great times if we are prepared to work together to achieve it. We can stay together at all times if we want it this way, good times and bad.

      "As the team, management and players, we know what our responsibilities are and we are hungry and eager to deliver more. We know our supporters will be the wind at our backs. The rest is about the journey and making sure you take all the joy you can from the moment.

      "This evening we are back at Anfield, our home. Let’s cherish every moment we have in this special place together and focus entirely on this game and giving all we have to win and then enjoy that feeling together."

      So behave everyone,and let's help the team win the league.
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      Reply #90: Aug 09, 2019 05:53:01 pm
      Good luck for the season boss, lookin forward to it !!!!!!!!!!
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      Reply #91: Aug 10, 2019 12:35:18 pm
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      Reply #92: Aug 15, 2019 10:33:27 am
      Want to buy the Boss a round...😂

      🏆

      https://twitter.com/lfc/status/1161764717704155138?s=21
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      Reply #93: Aug 15, 2019 11:22:10 am
      By all accounts pre season was a big mess for one reason or another. All the international tournaments not helping at all.

      But on the stuff we can control I hope Klopp has fed back to the people that matter that we need to organise our pre season schedule better ourselves. We need to find a balance of what works for the team and what works for the bank balance.

      As for the game yesterday it was tortuous stuff at times, still fully worth it though to bring another trophy home and another to Klopps name. He is doing a great job.
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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #94: Aug 15, 2019 01:50:16 pm
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      Reply #95: Aug 17, 2019 09:28:47 pm
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      Reply #96: Aug 18, 2019 12:50:51 am
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      Reply #97: Aug 18, 2019 12:52:48 am
      Does that take into account the change in amount of points for a win?


      Apparently it does.
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      Reply #98: Aug 18, 2019 01:30:48 am
      This Man made this possible!!!!



















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      Re: Jürgen Klopp - LFC Manager - 2019/20 Edition
      Reply #99: Aug 18, 2019 01:53:23 am

      I just did the Math for Bob Paisley and indeed it makes the adjustment. That is really quite remarkable considering the team Jürgen inherited vs. the team Bob took over. The older teams also played in a 22-team league so the quality of opposition would have been a little more diluted.

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