Jürgen Klopp Watch | "Man United had more penalties in two years than me in five and a half years"

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Historic for Liverpool I suppose, but yeah, I could’ve phrased it differently.

In any case, to go from 97 and 99 points to whatever this is is just weird.
It’s weird but beautiful, such is football :)
 

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I really did not expect him to crash and burn so fast after winning the title. Long may it continue.
 

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What a terrible decline. How many years did these lunatics undermine and belittle Ferguson. Maybe they'll appreciate how tough it is to keep motivating players now after winning a title.
I agree, but many of them just blame the injuries
 

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Low stepping down after Euro. Why I think internal agreement must have been reached with Klopp to take over.
 

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He is obviously very committed to his current contract, which I admire him for. Thing is, they will have to sack him next season if this keeps up.
 

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If Klopp carries on picking teams like he did against Fulham and losing games then maybe Liverpool will sack him, pay up his contract and he will still be available for the Germany gig . He could be in sabotage mode to force Liverpools hand .
 

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There's no way Liverpool are sacking him, so don't get your hopes up :lol:
 

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There's no way Liverpool are sacking him, so don't get your hopes up :lol:
Based on what’s happened so far, you’re right.

Who’s to say where this current rut bottoms out, though? Three or four more losses in the next five or six games? No wins in their next six or seven games? That’s when the sack becomes a real possibility and not just idle speculation.
 

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Based on what’s happened so far, you’re right.

Who’s to say where this current rut bottoms out, though? Three or four more losses in the next five or six games? No wins in their next six or seven games? That’s when the sack becomes a real possibility and not just idle speculation.
I still disagree. This season is basically a write off for them, so assuming they don't make the CL spots, the actual finish is pretty irrelevant. If they crash and burn next season as well then maybe a sack comes into the equation, but highly unlikely they'll do as poorly as they did this season.

IMO they'll spend a bit of money this summer on a Firmino replacement, have VVD + Gomez back and kick on again.
 

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He spent too much time worrying about other teams (us mostly), and complaining (as always), that he wasn't focused on just getting the job done. That combined with them probably stopping cycling, and/or a burnout and you have what you have. Without Champions League, and an other huge cash injection like they did around 2017/2018, then they might be in a tricky place that he can't recover from.

Glorious.
 

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This promoted ad just appeared in my Twitter feed. I sense a meme. And lots of chocolate bars thrown at Klopp when fans are allowed back in.


And is there anything he won’t advertise?
 

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I don't know why, but there's something weird about managers being in a bunch of commercials like these.

Ugh, I feel like Roy Keane now.
 

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This promoted ad just appeared in my Twitter feed. I sense a meme. And lots of chocolate bars thrown at Klopp when fans are allowed back in.


And is there anything he won’t advertise?
Someone needs to edit this with him shouting move to Trent after a collection of errors.
 

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He is obviously very committed to his current contract, which I admire him for. Thing is, they will have to sack him next season if this keeps up.
Yeah Liverpool maybe face a real dilemma this summer the obvious reaction is write this season off as a one off. But if it isn't and they start next season badly then they face the prospect of having to sack their most successful manager in 40 years. That won't go down well with their fan base who seem to form a cult like worship around their managers. I'm sure it's crossed the minds of a few at Liverpool if it wouldn't be better that he walks away this summer by mutual consent. If things don't improve then the only other option is a Brian Clough scenario.
 

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I must have terrible hearing. Gist of what he’s saying?
I'm only done German to secondary level , buyt unless my teachers were useless, he said you are getting death threats and your family will be in trouble, get us a goal
 

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Klopp: To run such a show not to whistle for a foul is very bad, absolutely unfair. UNFAIR, its the worst
Ref: Talking to me like that is also unfair
Good translation. Ganz = very... schlimm = bad

My German is schrecklich