Jürgen Klopp Watch

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Klopp should have been heavily sanctioned for calling out referees..

Instead they all just listened to him and have been officiating our games without integrity
 

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Klopp really has done a number on this. Prick
 

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Klopp should have been heavily sanctioned for calling out referees..

Instead they all just listened to him and have been officiating our games without integrity
Yep, said it at the time. Before we kicked another ball after his comments, I said it would work. It always does.
 
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Of course it works because PL referees are spineless cnuts. Can not wait until this yellow toothed cnut leaves the league, he's genuinely changed the course of our season with his whining
 

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He’s still not in any danger of getting the sack but you have to wonder how low he’ll be allowed to take them.
 

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5 home losses in a row. Behind West Ham and Everton with a game in hand. Could soon be passed by Spurs and Villa.

If he finishes outside the top 4 and doesn't win a cup, then I genuinely think he's had a worse season than Moyes had with us.
 

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He’s still not in any danger of getting the sack but you have to wonder how low he’ll be allowed to take them.
He’ll walk before he’s sacked.
 

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5 home losses in a row. Behind West Ham and Everton with a game in hand. Could soon be passed by Spurs and Villa.

If he finishes outside the top 4 and doesn't win a cup, then I genuinely think he's had a worse season than Moyes had with us.
Moyes was taking over an aging team that lost Fergie. Klopp was managing the bestest team evah. It's worse than Moyes.
 

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Until klopp takes back his comment on us getting pens they'd be dropping points and we'll be denied pens.
 

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Unbeaten at home for a billion games, then suddenly 5 home defeats in a row. Ouch.
 

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Moyes could have had Ronaldo and Messi and wouldn't have changed much.
Not out to defend Moyes here. Shitting on the Liverpool manager is my job in this thread. What better way than to compare this season with Moyes' United? :D
 

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Can't stand Sutton, but this is some top class sticking the knife in behaviour I just read from him on bbc text...



Klopp really rattled on the touch line, having words with the fourth official but I don't know what about. His team were well beaten tonight, Chelsea were the better team I thought it was comfortable from them.

In the second half Edouard Mendy didn't really have to make a save of note. Chelsea saw this through comfortably, Liverpool are massively in trouble if they're hoping to finish top four. They're probably going to have to win the Champions League for them to qualify again! Chelsea are certainly one of the favourites now for a top four finish.
 

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He’s still not in any danger of getting the sack but you have to wonder how low he’ll be allowed to take them.
I’d love if by the time the fans are back in he goes to do that stupid fist pump thing to a really lacklustre response
 

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His managerial tenancy should be called into question for his decision to substitute Salah tonight alone.

I genuinely couldn’t believe it. Salah wasn’t even playing badly, FFS! A genuinely oddball moment from the biggest oddball manager in the league.
 

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Stevie Me is heading for an invincible season in SPL. Stars aligning?
 

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His managerial tenancy should be called into question for his decision to substitute Salah tonight alone.

I genuinely couldn’t believe it. Salah wasn’t even playing badly, FFS! A genuinely oddball moment from the biggest oddball manager in the league.
Theres something going on with Salah isn’t there? Since he was overlooked for captaincy in one game. Or that’s the excuse anyway. I think there’s a good chance he’s off in the summer.
 

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Theres something going on with Salah isn’t there? Since he was overlooked for captaincy in one game. Or that’s the excuse anyway. I think there’s a good chance he’s off in the summer.
If they are out of CL next year I can't see Salah staying.

Though I think Mane will stay considering there hasn't been a lot of buzzing around him or his performance like few years ago. Most clubs will probably stay away from him at the moment.
 

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Theres something going on with Salah isn’t there? Since he was overlooked for captaincy in one game. Or that’s the excuse anyway. I think there’s a good chance he’s off in the summer.
100%. I’d imagine he wants out or this is Klopp’s way of forcing Salah’s hand to come clean on his plans.

Either way, taking off your most dangerous attacker - not only this season but also during this fecking game - when you’re in desperate need of a goal is lunacy.

Flabbergasting stuff and it’s absolutely brilliant. :drool:
 

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People will think I'm mad, but from a sporting point of view I find it more palatable to see Liverpool win things over city. Saying that, their demise is always enjoyable.
 

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Carragher is such a transfer muppet. Liverpool need to sign a CB, they need to sign a number 10, they need to sign a striker. He'd fit in well on the 'caf.
 

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His managerial tenancy should be called into question for his decision to substitute Salah tonight alone.

I genuinely couldn’t believe it. Salah wasn’t even playing badly, FFS! A genuinely oddball moment from the biggest oddball manager in the league.
Worse than Ole taking off cavani yesterday.
 

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There is no perfect manager out there, they all have limitations. The moment you learn that there is no miracle manager out there the more reasonable your expectations become.

I think managers suffer from the issue of not being able to affect outcomes directly the same way a tennis player for example would. They motivate, instruct, strategize and all that but they cannot do so much more than that.

Klopp is going through a torrid time I know but I think Liverpool will be stupid to call it quits between him and them no matter how things go south because he is still their jackpot. Let’s see how it all pans out from here but if I say I’m not happy at this slump I’d be lying only that I don’t see it lasting beyond this season.