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Old 28-09-2017, 11:44 AM
Time For Heroes
 
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That's klopp filling their heads with his chest-pumping, wide-eyed zeal. It's all running, it's all high-tempo tearing about the pitch, which is great when it works but just look what City did to them.

Down to 10 men and they were still tearing about the pitch, leaving huge gaps everywhere. 2-0 down at the beginning of the 2nd half and they didn't have a single clue how to manage the game or try and get themselves back into it beyond Klopps bombastic 'gegenpress' crap.
Plus it doesn't work for them when they have to play two games a week. They fell apart last season when the cup competitions got going in the new year.
 
Old 28-09-2017, 11:46 AM
Switching Off
 
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Henderson before the Liverpool v United game in October 2016:



You could tell by his post match on Saturday that beating Leicester meant EVERYTHING to them. He was proper hyped. Nothing wrong with wanting to win of course, but to be giving EVERYTHING in September is a bit much. Emotionally they're so up and down that they'll be spent by Christmas, never mind being physically drained. No doubt Klopp has his plus points but efficiently managing a team of young men to achieve a long term aim appears to be completely beyond him.
 
Old 28-09-2017, 11:54 AM
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Klopp is arguably the single biggest fraud in football he's living of 3 trophies in his 17 years as a manager. A Liverpool lad at work match goer older guy can't stand him it's all about him the fist pumping the geeing the crowd he's had enough of weetabix teeth.
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:15 PM
Billy Redface
 
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You could tell by his post match on Saturday that beating Leicester meant EVERYTHING to them. He was proper hyped. Nothing wrong with wanting to win of course, but to be giving EVERYTHING in September is a bit much. Emotionally they're so up and down that they'll be spent by Christmas, never mind being physically drained. No doubt Klopp has his plus points but efficiently managing a team of young men to achieve a long term aim appears to be completely beyond him.

Yep. This is why I can't be doing with managers who go straight to the top shelf for their celebration of an equaliser against Watford in mid September.

BT studio was at it again last night 'cheer up Jose'


Dya think maybe he's pacing himself? Maybe not getting too excited seven games in to the season ? Maybe he realises there's some big games coming up that could completely change the complexion of the season's start?

What was his biggest celebration last year?

On the pitch in the EL. With his son. After winning a major trophy and qualifying for the CL.
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:17 PM
andyroo
 
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Klopp is arguably the single biggest fraud in football he's living of 3 trophies in his 17 years as a manager. A Liverpool lad at work match goer older guy can't stand him it's all about him the fist pumping the geeing the crowd he's had enough of weetabix teeth.
Filth
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:22 PM
Zorg
 
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Yep. This is why I can't be doing with managers who go straight to the top shelf for their celebration of an equaliser against Watford in mid September.

BT studio was at it again last night 'cheer up Jose'


Dya think maybe he's pacing himself? Maybe not getting too excited seven games in to the season ? Maybe he realises there's some big games coming up that could completely change the complexion of the season's start?

What was his biggest celebration last year?

On the pitch in the EL. With his son. After winning a major trophy and qualifying for the CL.
2-2 draw at home to West Ham

 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:24 PM
Switching Off
 
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Yep. This is why I can't be doing with managers who go straight to the top shelf for their celebration of an equaliser against Watford in mid September.

BT studio was at it again last night 'cheer up Jose'


Dya think maybe he's pacing himself? Maybe not getting too excited seven games in to the season ? Maybe he realises there's some big games coming up that could completely change the complexion of the season's start?

What was his biggest celebration last year?

On the pitch in the EL. With his son. After winning a major trophy and qualifying for the CL.
Thought the same last night watching his interview. He's already focused on Saturday, not beating some Russian nobodies in a routine game.

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2-2 draw at home to West Ham

Brom
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:30 PM
Zorg
 
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Thought the same last night watching his interview. He's already focused on Saturday, not beating some Russian nobodies in a routine game.



Brom
Ham, Brom. Some West cunts anyway.
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:32 PM
andyroo
 
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2-2 draw at home to West Ham

Moreno: "What the fuck is he on?"
 
Old 28-09-2017, 12:37 PM
Billy Redface
 
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2-2 draw at home to West Ham


Eeeexactly.

A genuinely odd moment. Even the fawners were a bit Keane Gif about it.

Look at the players faces. They're not comfortable.

Milner's face reeks of 'I've won the league ffs'
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