Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by FoxForceFive, Oct 2, 2019.
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Glad to hear that.
I've actually been worried we might be the first team to offer massive behind the scenes coverage, as a lot of us sports teams do so now & obv our owners have loads of stakes in US media/TV concerns.
I get the feeling that Klopp hates doing interviews.
I get why he doesn’t want to and it is a distraction, however as a fan I’d love to see the inner workings of our club.
I don't think you would though, not in a real sense (beyond the players go here before a game & the manager does his talk at this point etc), cos a few journos have come out & said city players have told them off the record that the season they did the documentary helped them in some ways cos they didn't argue or overeact, as none of them behaved the way they usually did, & that Pep didn't flip out as much he normally did.
So we should do it so?
I wouldn’t mind it as long as it wasn’t published for like 10 years
I think that's a reason not to do it. Can you imagine? This side is all about passion, spontaneity, togetherness, & Klopp protects that vehemently, I think exposing it diminishes it, as well as the effect it would have in nullifying it.
Agreed. Maybe it wouldn’t have the same effect if the cameras were subtle like imbedded in the walls or something so the players and coaches almost forget they are there
We all do, but to be honest - some things are just best left hidden and away from public view. I remember the Man City clip where Pep confesses about our front 3 and how worried he is about them. I don't want to know Klopp's biggest worries about our opposition - I like to think he fears no one and no opposition, prefer not to see any of that stuff, rather the individuals come out and talk about those moments after they hang up their boots or the manager retires etc..
German is made for passionate team talks! (I know most of it was English!)
Agreed with you lot, if it did happen it would be some heavily edited shit version and would ruin some of the secrets we have.
Actually that talk inspired that team to make that comeback in the 2nd half, I just wonder if he is the type of manager that some of our big clubs would take a risk on if things don't work out with their current managers ? Plays attacking football, likes the Klopp style of footy, and knows English plus CL experience.
We're not good at corners or free kicks?
LOL at the VVD reference
Managers often talk down the oppositions strengths, cos it stops the players worrying about them so much & gives them confidence dealing with those situations.
That’s brilliant ha.