Jurgen Klopp sack watch

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  1. shwan

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    liverpool going mad after beating an arsenal team who give them space and without center backs !!
    reality check time now for them
    i always said that the best manager is the one who get the best out of his 11 players and pick a style that fit them.all, not the inverse. what liverpool lacked today is Benteke ... but he is not fit to Flopp system of passing and running around .. we have another AW in the making guys,... an idiot who stick to one philosophy of football
     
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    Dippylalapool had 81% of the ball and did nothing with it.

    Keep Klopp at Pool
     
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    That's not true. They took shots like a drunken Trump supporter at Mardi Gras <ok>
     
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    11 - Thou shalt not sack him.

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  5. Treble

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    Funny that. After welcoming him like some messiah and practically all the RS fans here inserting kloppy in their names in some mass hysteria, some are starting to have doubts. He's had fewer points per match than Rodgers who was sacked but who has been recruited now by a bigger club.

    Lucky to beat Arsenal but then deservedly beaten by Burnley of all teams. Passing the ball in front of their defence like some poor imitation of LVG's game <laugh>

    The Question: How long will Liverpool keep faith with Jürgen Klopp?
    https://www.theguardian.com/footbal...ion-will-jurgen-klopp-be-given-time-liverpool
     
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  7. amonia

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    <laugh><laugh>
     
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  8. Treble

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    Posted on a couple of other boards and deserves to be mentioned again...

    Moyes at MUFC: 52.9%
    Van Gaal at MUFC: 52.4%
    Rodgers at LFC: 50.3%
    Klopp at LFC: 47.7%
     
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  9. Diego

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    Hmm, first three were deemed to be not good enough, things look bad for Kloppo :(
     
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  10. Treble

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    And that's without the distraction of European games! <yikes>
     
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  11. Diego

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    TBH, his intensive pre-season and dog chasing a ball tactics look to have burnt his players out after half a season. God help them if they make the EL next season.
     
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    I can't keep up with this conversation on two boards <laugh>

    It's a fine approach but you HAVE to have more strings to your bow. Seems there's no plan B when teams decide to bypass the midfield high press.
     
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  13. Diego

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    Just been talking about this with Lucaass. In my opinion Klopp, Rodgers and Pep are very one dimensional, get the ball to the talented fast lads and hope they score lots, the difference between them all is that Pep has had some very good mid-fields behind them and actual defenders.
    When the team is faced with a bus you need to be able to do two things, first change things to get round/over that bus, second (and possibly more important) stop them when they break on you so you don't concede. Pep has always had the midfield and defence to do the second and players talented enough to play through any defence so the first hasn't been needed (until now).
     
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    Spot on Diego. Especially the fact you mentioned the defence, a point that often gets overlooked in Pep's time at Barca. It wasnt just gung ho attack. And it was the defence that separated Barca from the likes of Arsenal as well. And when I talk about defence I include Busquets in that who often never gets mentioned alongside the likes of Iniesta and Xavi, but was a crucial player for them.
     
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  15. Diego

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    Biscuits is a **** for the way he rolls around if touched in some way by a trailing eyelash but, you cant fault the way he screens the defence and drops back to fill in for a CB if one ventures forward with the ball.
     
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    Yeh look he's a diving **** no doubt about it but he wins the ball back and was easily the best defensive CM around circa 2009 -2013. I used to like Senna at Villareal also, he was class. Loved that guy.
     
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  17. Diego

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    Senna was superb. I remember watching one game with my lad where he played virtually the whole second half with blood soaking through his shorts from his arse, never found out what caused it but it never made any difference to his performance.
    Riquelme and Cazorla were also brilliant in that Villarreal midfield <ok>
     
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    Massive amounts of #fear in here...
     
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  20. Chief

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    Have all the Liverpool posters got rid of their cretinous Klopp based user names now?
     
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