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Molfc.com has the full version. He's utterly captivating. Fascinating mix of humour, sternness, intelligence and honesty.

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Molfc.com has the full version. He's utterly captivating. Fascinating mix of humour, sternness, intelligence and honesty.

 

Couldn't agree more, he seems to have everyone's attention in different ways. How can you not like him and hear what he wants to say. 

 

Listening to him over the last week you can tell a large part of his idea's are based around the mindset of the player and how they must think when they step out on to the pitch. When he said 0-0 is an ok score line and it's how every game starts, that is so important. We seem to shit ourselves when we can't break down a stubborn team but he is already trying to get rid of that mindset

 

When you play football under pressure your confidence is the first thing to go when you make a bad pass, shot or touch but he wants to eradicate all of those fears and worries quickly and get the players happy and loving what they do. If he can make that happen we will see some great things, even from the players we have written off. He must be a great manager to play for, i'd love to witness some of his training sessions. 

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Klopp is one of the coolest dudes in the whole world. Cool face, cool beard, cool specs, cool style, speaks cool german, does cool jokes and is just an all round cool mofo.

 

Klopp is Kool. 

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'Not the best shaver in the world'

 

Sa'lright lid, Rapey's got you covered.

 

I've gone over to the dark side now and have a full grown beard.

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Dead to me.

Things started going downhill when you said you didn't like gravy on chips. Or that time you said ' curry ' from the chippy was called ' curry sauce '. Never been the same since.

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We are going to push him away with our neediness.

We're like the divorced forty something bunny boiler who won't leave you the fuck alone after you bang her. You're out with you're mates in a pub and she just happens to be there with her pals, or she 'was just passing' at the exact time you get out of work.

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Klopp on Joe Gomez: "I met him first time - what a wonderful young boy. Tall, muscles in the right position, but an injured knee."

 

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If Klopp said he likes Gomez, then he obviously didn't understand the question.

 

He's making it up as he's going along and I, for one, am fucking sick of it.

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On 1 October 2015 Arobieke was once again found guilty of breaching his SOPO, having asked to touch and measure the muscles of a student travelling on the Manchester Piccadilly to Colwyn Bay train on October 11, 2013. Arobieke, representing himself, denied the offence and claimed he was set up by the police because of his notoriety, but was convicted by a unanimous jury. He also complained about the use of the nickname, "Purple Aki", throughout prosecution papers, as he regards it as racist.[24] Arobieke has previously complained on these grounds to the Press Complaints Commission about newspapers use of the nickname.

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