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    Great to have such a world-class, charismatic, out-spoken, influential manager leading us.
    There is obviously room for improvement, especially in our defence, but there is evidence that given more time at the club Klopp will be a success. We'd many building processes the last years but this is the first one it's worth to be patient for, we're already showing our development.
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    Keep up the good work Kloppo!

    Klopp has been here 9 seasons now and we’ve definitely seen actual improvement.

    I wouldn’t change the boss for anyone. He’s the only Manager we need
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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterPoolStark View Post
    Keep up the good work Kloppo!

    Klopp has been here 9 seasons now and we’ve definitely seen actual improvement.

    I wouldn’t change the boss for anyone. He’s the only Manager we need
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anil_Y2j View Post
    Great to have such a world-class, charismatic, out-spoken, influential manager leading us.
    There is obviously room for improvement, especially in our defence, but there is evidence that given more time at the club Klopp will be a success. We'd many building processes the last years but this is the first one it's worth to be patient for, we're already showing our development.
    Well said, with Klopp you sense genuine progress, that there is a real plan in effect.
    "The better you get at this job, the more dangerous it becomes"
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    Quote Originally Posted by +Shriekback+ View Post
    Well said, with Klopp you sense genuine progress, that there is a real plan in effect.
    A lot more optimism in the air, no doubt about it.
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    If Klopp is really thinking about paying £90m for Lemar and ignores the necessity we have on goal and at the back, then he's frankly a very bad manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by +Shriekback+ View Post
    Well said, with Klopp you sense genuine progress, that there is a real plan in effect.
    Plus, you just know he’s not only thinking about this season but he’s planning for further down the road. A solid foundation to build on, that’s exactly what we’ve needed since Rafa. I think FSG definitely have ‘their man’ in Klopp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jur-Gone View Post
    If Klopp is really thinking about paying £90m for Lemar and ignores the necessity we have on goal and at the back, then he's frankly a very bad manager.
    I haven't seen anything about Klopp wanting to buy Lemar for £90m. Just another chance for you to continue with your anti Klopp rhetoric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterPoolStark View Post
    Plus, you just know he’s not only thinking about this season but he’s planning for further down the road. A solid foundation to build on, that’s exactly what we’ve needed since Rafa. I think FSG definitely have ‘their man’ in Klopp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jur-Gone View Post
    If Klopp is really thinking about paying £90m for Lemar and ignores the necessity we have on goal and at the back, then he's frankly a very bad manager.
    :grey_tongue:
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    Quote Originally Posted by agb1037 View Post
    I haven't seen anything about Klopp wanting to buy Lemar for £90m. Just another chance for you to continue with you anti Klopp rhetoric.
    Exactly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterPoolStark View Post
    Plus, you just know he’s not only thinking about this season but he’s planning for further down the road. A solid foundation to build on, that’s exactly what we’ve needed since Rafa. I think FSG definitely have ‘their man’ in Klopp.
    Exactly.He took over a side that got 62 points with 52 goals scored and 48 conceded in Brendan's last season and were also knocked out of cl group stages, and looking at the things now it's definitely an improvement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jur-Gone View Post
    If Klopp is really thinking about paying £90m for Lemar and ignores the necessity we have on goal and at the back, then he's frankly a very bad manager.
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    Oblak
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    Those 3 and nobody else. No Lemar, no Goretzka, no Meyer, no Aubameyang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jur-Gone View Post
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    Those 3 and nobody else. No Lemar, no Goretzka, no Meyer, no Aubameyang.
    Did you watch the game?

    Our defending was decent for most of the game.

    Gomez made an individual mistake, which is what started it all. He is young and will make the odd mistake.
    Migs brainfart.
    Third, no one tracking Ozil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsFanBro View Post
    Did you watch the game?

    Our defending was decent for most of the game.

    Gomez made an individual mistake, which is what started it all. He is young and will make the odd mistake.
    Migs brainfart.
    Third, no one tracking Ozil.
    They were fantastic! Except for 5 minuets starting the 2nd half which, of Course, cost us the 3 points
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jur-Gone View Post
    They were fantastic! Except for 5 minuets starting the 2nd half which, of Course, cost us the 3 points
    The whole team switched off trying to keep attacking.

    Just need composure.
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    Needs to try and add other dimensions to the way we play, or change his technicians if he can’t come up with anything more.

    Just reminds me of Keegan’s Newcastle most of the time. ‘Heavy Metal’ to a tee.

    Will probably look at ‘individual mistakes’ but from being in total control of that game we were struggling badly for a good 15 mins and the win was gone. Not for the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anil_Y2j View Post
    Great to have such a world-class, charismatic, out-spoken, influential manager leading us.
    There is obviously room for improvement, especially in our defence, but there is evidence that given more time at the club Klopp will be a success. We'd many building processes the last years but this is the first one it's worth to be patient for, we're already showing our development.
    It will be difficult for him to achieve anything great here, much more difficult than it was at Dortmund. And the problem is Not Klopp. We just don't have what it takes to keep our best players and add new players to them.


    As soon as we seem to be signing a good player we will sell one. For example we had the chance last summer, all we needed was a centre midfielder and a centre back and we could be challenging City for the title. Next summer we will have to replace Coutinho, and there's a good chance Salah will leave in the not too distant future too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomsy13 View Post
    and there's a good chance Salah will leave in the not too distant future too.
    Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertojones View Post
    Why?
    Coz of a lack of trophies and challenge, of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomsy13 View Post
    It will be difficult for him to achieve anything great here, much more difficult than it was at Dortmund. And the problem is Not Klopp. We just don't have what it takes to keep our best players and add new players to them.


    As soon as we seem to be signing a good player we will sell one. For example we had the chance last summer, all we needed was a centre midfielder and a centre back and we could be challenging City for the title. Next summer we will have to replace Coutinho, and there's a good chance Salah will leave in the not too distant future too.
    Not even half a season played for a club, and this ***** is getting peddled about. Beggars belief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsFanBro View Post
    The whole team switched off trying to keep attacking.

    Just need composure.
    Just Mentally weak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHed2 View Post
    Not even half a season played for a club, and this ***** is getting peddled about. Beggars belief.
    If you seriously don't think it's a real possibility then we should just leave it there.
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    FACT: Liverpool have lost 43 points in the league from winning positions, since Jurgen Klopp was appointed manager. The highest amount from any team in Europe.
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    I like and respect Jurgen Klopp profoundly. Nonetheless, if he does not identify and support the signing of a new Goalkeeper by January 1st alongside two first team defenders, he will confirm the notion that he does not believe in a foundational principle; the principle of meritocracy.

    It will prove that he believes that his distorted point of view, his subjective interpretation of reality can actually not only influence but also change the course of history.

    Liverpool F.C. will NEVER win a trophy with Mignolet, Lovren, Moreno. It does not matter how many goals we score. These three are championship level fraudsters who pretend to be Champions League footballers and earn millions. Never. They occupy important places in a Legendary Football Club, that they do not deserve. Places which would be appropriate for other players.

    If the manager continues to condone and overlook the fundamental flaw of our team, this proves that he is doing it consciously. And that is very very serious.

    This is deep. We are not analysing formations and systems. This is a matter of principle. You play and provide opportunities to the best. Not the worst.
    The only factor holding this team back from challenging and ACTUALLY WINNING trophies is a Top Goalkeeper and two great defenders. Yet season after season, transfer window after transfer window the fans who pay a huge price to watch and follow loyally their football club are told that the best available for those spots in the team are fraudsters, football imposters.

    Having said all that, let's not neglect the fact that the controversial and indifferent Liverpool F.C. owners along with the previous laughable, Champions level manager, Rodgers have spearheaded the replacement of a World Class Goalkeeper, Pepe Reina with the Goalkeeping fraudster Mignolet. These are the people behind the blocking of the signing of a Top Class Goalkeeper that would transform our team.

    This is unacceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I like and respect Jurgen Klopp a lot, but if he does not find a new Goalkeeper in January 1st and two first team defenders, he will confirm the notion that he does not believe in a foundational principle, the principle of meritocracy.

    It will prove that he believes that his distorted point of view, his subjective interpretation of reality can actually not only influence but also change the course of history.

    Liverpool F.C. will NEVER win a trophy with Mignolet, Lovren, Moreno. It does not matter how many goals we score. These three are championship level fraudsters who pretend to be Champions League footballers and earn millions. Never. They occupy important places in a Legendary Football Club, that they do not deserve. Places which would be appropriate for other players.

    If the manager continues to condone and overlook the fundamental flaw of our team, this proves that he is doing it consciously. And that is very very serious.

    This is deep. We are not analysing formations and systems. This is a matter of principle. You play and provide opportunities to the best. Not the worst.
    The only factor holding this team back from challenging and ACTUALLY WINNING trophies is a Top Goalkeeper and two great defenders. Yet season after season, transfer window after transfer window the fans who pay a huge price to watch and follow loyally their football club are told that the best available for those spots in the team are fraudsters, football imposters.

    This is unacceptable.
    Clearly they aren't the only issue. One wasn't even on the pitch and Lovren wasn't at fault for any of the goals and has barely put a foot wrong for months now. It's easy to just pick everyone's favourite scapegoats and say they're to blame for everything but it's evidently not the whole story (having said that Migs can just **** off, seriously.) Hendo is another one who often gets the blame but again he was barely on the pitch so clearly it's not all down to him either.

    Do I think we need better than the aforementioned? For sure. Are they the sole culprits? Not for me. Gomez gets a lot of slack being young, promising and English, but he's cost us his fair share of goals at RB, at least as many as Lovren or Moreno, yet he often gets a free pass. Robertson has also shown promise, but he made mistakes last night and they were rampant down our left side (albeit not entirely down to him), Can I think is a better player than Hendo but he lost Ozil for the 3rd goal, Matip I think is easily our best CB but even he has made his share of blunders this season, the list goes on. And even though Migs is *********** car crash, would I feel 100% confident with Karius? The jury is still well and truly out on him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whompy Whomperson View Post
    FACT: Liverpool have lost 43 points in the league from winning positions, since Jurgen Klopp was appointed manager. The highest amount from any team in Europe.
    That's a remarkable and chastening stat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steviewonder87 View Post
    Clearly they aren't the only issue. One wasn't even on the pitch and Lovren wasn't at fault for any of the goals and has barely put a foot wrong for months now. It's easy to just pick everyone's favourite scapegoats and say they're to blame for everything but it's evidently not the whole story (having said that Migs can just **** off, seriously.) Hendo is another one who often gets the blame but again he was barely on the pitch so clearly it's not all down to him either.

    Do I think we need better than the aforementioned? For sure. Are they the sole culprits? Not for me. Gomez gets a lot of slack being young, promising and English, but he's cost us his fair share of goals at RB, at least as many as Lovren or Moreno, yet he often gets a free pass. Robertson has also shown promise, but he made mistakes last night and they were rampant down our left side (albeit not entirely down to him), Can I think is a better player than Hendo but he lost Ozil for the 3rd goal, Matip I think is easily our best CB but even he has made his share of blunders this season, the list goes on. And even though Migs is *********** car crash, would I feel 100% confident with Karius? The jury is still well and truly out on him.
    Emre Can is awful. He is hilariously overrated, a master passenger. Juventus? buahahahaha
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