IT”S Paul Cope’s last Tuesday Review of the year, leaving these cold, windy climes with the Red’s poised for an assault on the Premier League.
Joining the Australia bound Cope is his partner in crime Sean Rogers, aided and abetted by the always suitably attired Neil Atkinson as they look in depth at how this Liverpool side are evolving, and having been in the doldrums only seemingly last week, what progress is being made and where their is room to improve further.
Thinks are cooking in Klopp’s kitchen, and whilst it might not be such a crowded house with Copey gone, it’s not just the weather we want him the bring back, but also a Liverpool side near the top of the table having smashed all before it.
Jürgen Klopp and his mad Scouse empire.
The Tuesday Review.
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Benteke is proving Melissa right. He does destroy our team play, momentum and entire shape. He never looks to be fed through. He never looks to get in behind defenders. He can’t counter as part of a dynamic three. It’s a massive shame about Ings because he might have been the perfect fit when Sturridge isn’t available. In Jan, I’d try and sell Benteke and replace him. Madness. But he’ll never fit into the way we played at City. A £30mill plan b from the bench.
Re: Can. If you Google the player cam for Can, you’ll see that Gullet manufactured a case and completely distorted Can’s entire 90 by using two clips were Can is deepest on the pitch with the ball. I doubt Gullet watched the whole game. The researchers on MOTD are lazy and that was a disgraceful bit a programme making.
Note how Mourinho’s aping Klopp. From copying our formation against Spurs to actually encouraging his players from the touchline rather than rolling his eyes and brandishing imaginary cards. He’s rattled. He’s seeing how a proper manager works with his resources. The only problem is its so out of character that he looks like someone’s dad at a Sunday League game.
I noticed the touchy-feely approach he had adopted and he gave the most positive post-match I have ever heard from him. The twat isn’t used to his current predicament but I’m sure Klopp and every other manager have tried to emulate parts of his approach at some point.
Most managers maybe, not Klopp. He’s his own man.
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