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9 minutes ago, magicrat said:

Some great advice from Jabba for Klopp here. Obviously it's Taggart pulling the strings but it's laughable how this fat ,won nothing, corrupt useless bucket of lard thinks its ok offer advice to the best manager in the league, 

 

https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/van-dijk-maguire-liverpool-news-16636822

Haha! What a load of shite. The only semblance of a point is we have cut back on the gegenpress a little but that's not hard to see.

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2 hours ago, Jairzinho said:

Think I might send a quick email to Roger Federer with a few tips for his backhand.

 

 

I have already sent a few tips to Shane Lowry about his diet. 

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13 straight league wins, another record for Klopp.   I don't know if that's true or just since football was invented in 92..

 

To think he inherited a shit squad that was breaking records for all the wrong reasons, not all that long ago & has spent next to fuck all. 

 

Best manager in the world and easily surpasses Rafa now as the best I've seen with us. 

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I think he just sees it as he comes in does his shit and makes his team boss, gets worshipped for doing it and then leaves on a high. I’m fully expecting that’s what we’re in for and should all just enjoy the footy and Kloppo whilst he’s here. 

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Just watched his press conference. The man is just great. Other fans that hate him do so purely because he manages us and theyre jealous. He's smart funny, charismatic as hell and world class at his job. Love him.

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3 hours ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

Just watched his press conference. The man is just great. Other fans that hate him do so purely because he manages us and theyre jealous. He's smart funny, charismatic as hell and world class at his job. Love him.

I can't think of anyone as charismatic as Jürgen, such a cool motherfucker.

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19 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Mrs Rem always mentions how handsome he is and now Mig has left is her favourite 

So she likes men who look they have been slapped with a ferry? 

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5 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

So she likes men who look they have been slapped with a ferry? 

Are you saying that's what I look like? You're gonna hurt my feelings here

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2 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Are you saying that's what I look like? You're gonna hurt my feelings here

We all have more than 1 taste mate. You are a handsome bastard. 

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I'd do Mig, I reckon he'd hug you til he fell asleep. OK maybe not as pretty as Karius or Allison, but they should form a handsome keepers union. Adrian keeps the door

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45 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

We all have more than 1 taste mate. You are a handsome bastard. 

Thanks mate that's given me a real lift. Ill stop burning effigies of you now and hope Celtic beat queen of Falkirk or whatever on the weekend 

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