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We kept a clean sheet and Lovren didn't play,anybody see a connection? I think Lovren is a large part of the problem as his nervousness transmits into the rest of the back line,and keeper. Oh,and a reasonably decent DM would help this team a lot.

 

I don't think there's any correlation because during the string of clean sheets at the end of last season Lovren was playing. 

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Full judgement will come at the end of the season.

 

Everyone can give their opinion on where we are at any given time. I don't think this guy has got what it takes, that's all.

Got what it takes to do what? I'm unclear what the expectation is.

 

In the Premier League there are six teams who expect to finish top four. Three of them have more money than sense, and a squad depth we can only dream about. The other two have made a habit of finishing above us most of the time, for a good while.

 

Jurgen has us in that mix, and we finished top four last season for only the second time in eight years. He's doing well here. There are issues, but he is afforded the opportunity to work on his team.

 

Out of interest, if Klopp doesn't have what it takes in your view, (and that judgement is made fairly early on in his tenure, while we have probably over achieved thus far in relation to what most fans expected) who is the manager who comes in and improves on what Klopp is doing?

 

You might get someone who can set up a defence a bit better, but overall, the amount of managers who can come and improve on what we have going on are very few and far between.

 

I'm loving what Klopp is doing and I'm supporting him to take us even higher, assuming he is backed.

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I'd have Klopp's football over some of the shite that was served up by Houllier and Rafa anyday of the week.

 

In order of priority, who needs getting rid of is:

Michael Exelsheet, FSG, the rest of the committee, EA Greenhouse, half the squad, the other half of the squad, and then Klopp.

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I'd have Klopp's football over some of the shite that was served up by Houllier and Rafa anyday of the week.

In order of priority, who needs getting rid of is:

Michael Exelsheet, FSG, the rest of the committee, EA Greenhouse, half the squad, the other half of the squad, and then Klopp.

....followed by George Sephton.

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Got what it takes to do what? I'm unclear what the expectation is.

 

In the Premier League there are six teams who expect to finish top four. Three of them have more money than sense, and a squad depth we can only dream about. The other two have made a habit of finishing above us most of the time, for a good while.

 

Jurgen has us in that mix, and we finished top four last season for only the second time in eight years. He's doing well here. There are issues, but he is afforded the opportunity to work on his team.

 

Out of interest, if Klopp doesn't have what it takes in your view, (and that judgement is made fairly early on in his tenure, while we have probably over achieved thus far in relation to what most fans expected) who is the manager who comes in and improves on what Klopp is doing?

 

You might get someone who can set up a defence a bit better, but overall, the amount of managers who can come and improve on what we have going on are very few and far between.

 

I'm loving what Klopp is doing and I'm supporting him to take us even higher, assuming he is backed.

Well said, that man!!

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My Ma knows more about footy than John Brennan.

Good reasoned debate right there.

 

You all think Klopp is great. I get it. He's not though.

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Good reasoned debate right there.

 

You all think Klopp is great. I get it. He's not though.

 

To be fair that was highly in depth by Tony's standards.

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Good reasoned debate right there.

 

You all think Klopp is great. I get it. He's not though.

I never said Klopp was great, though his interviews do amuse me, not that I watch them on a regular basis.

 

I can't debate his strengths and weaknesses, as I've only watched one full game (Europa League Final) since he has been Liverpool manager.

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On 23/08/2017 at 17:48, Tony Moanero said:

I never said Klopp was great, though his interviews do amuse me, not that I watch them on a regular basis.

 

I can't debate his strengths and weaknesses, as I've only watched one full game (Europa League Final) since he has been Liverpool manager.

‘Kinell.

 

 Klopp is GREAT.

 

I’ve still only watched about three full games, though.

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On 23/08/2017 at 17:41, johnb said:

Good reasoned debate right there.

 

You all think Klopp is great. I get it. He's not though.

There's wrong and there's really wrong.

Then there's what fucking planet are you on wrong.

That's a post that definitely didn't age well, taxi for johnb.......

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On 23/08/2017 at 01:21, m0e said:

I'd have Klopp's football over some of the shite that was served up by Houllier and Rafa anyday of the week.

 

In order of priority, who needs getting rid of is:

Michael Exelsheet, FSG, the rest of the committee, EA Greenhouse, half the squad, the other half of the squad, and then Klopp.

Not aged well, that. 

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17 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Johnb had a bit of a Karius here,didn't he?

Leave John alone. He was obviously concussed when he wrote that. 

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