Discussion in 'The Vault' started by Leo, Oct 8, 2015.
Imagine if Big Sam keeps the Mackems up at the expense of Newcastle though.
Hahaha. Yes fucking please.
I've had enough of fucking Newcastle, I quite like Sunderland for some bizarre reason. The team, not the fucking shithole of a town. Only Middlesbrough & Grimsby beat that place in terms of shitholeness.
Everyone said Torres killed the possibility for this kind of man crush.
The best part of that press conference:
"We had very very good feeling, with all the guys. Everybody knows what cool guys they are, John, Tom and Michael…. Ian... was there."
Ian hot air
Middlesbrough & Grimsby are fucking awful but fuck me you should try visiting Welwyn Garden City! - A little abomination of a town. A little southern shithole. I had to visit there once - I've never seen more chavs in once place...EVER!
I dunno welwyn is shit, but Stevenage is worse....that's Chav city.
Avram grant called himself the normal one when he took over at Chelsea.
Youse lot obviously haven't been to Darlington or Spennymoor.
You’ll never walk alone: All the best, dear Jürgen!
Jürgen Klopp has been appointed as the new manager of English Premier League club Liverpool. On Friday the 48-year-old Dortmund legend signed a three-year contract with the Anfield outfit, who have won 18 English league titles and eight European competitions.
The former BVB boss has been brought in by the Reds to repeat the success he enjoyed with the Black and Yellows between 2008 and 2015. With the club more or less a sleeping giant when he first arrived in Dortmund seven years ago, Klopp gave Germany's first winners of a European trophy a new style and a new identity. He also led the club to two German League titles (2011, 2012), the first-ever double in the club's history (they won the DFB Cup in 2012 too), the final of the UEFA Champions League (2013) as well as three DFB Cup finals (2012, 2014, 2015) and three victories in the German Super Cup (2008, 2013, 2014).
Now the fans of tenth-placed Liverpool will be hoping the Klopp era at Anfield sparks a similar footballing fairytale. Especially as the two clubs share a number of similarities: they are both working-class cities, share a love for football and, of course, sing a very important song: "You'll never walk alone!"
All of Dortmund, including President Reinhard Rauball, Chief Executive Officer Hans-Joachim Watzke and the whole South Stand, wish you, dear Jürgen, lots of luck and lots of success in this new chapter of your career.
Ever seen such goodwill from a former employer. They love him over there. Ties in very well with his message of "It is not about what you think when I arrive, it is about what you think when I leave".
I thought we'd all agreed on this before, the list is..................
"Jürgen Klopp will be great for #LFC," says @Carra23
PB @patrikberger73 2h
2 hours ago
Prague, Czech Republic
I was at Dortmund and LFC and it was a win win situation and Klopp will be no different! World class manager
Didi Hamann @DietmarHamann 1h
1 hour ago
Great start for Klopp in England. Refreshing to see the humility he showed. Doesnt take himself too serious unlike some others.
Nah mate, sorry. I know the 35 years referred to your time in Germany. It's been 42 since I spent a year there. I'll be 61 next month.
The media seem to be having a proper Klopp love-in. Let's hope he doesn't disappoint.
On an aside, I was amused to see that Leicester were linked to Klopp in the summer and in their local paper all the comments were like "we should definitely go get him!". And people say Liverpool fans are delusional!
Hahahaha. Cutting from Kenny there
Yep, that bit stood out for me too.
I took it more as a dig at Mourinho.
They're all having sly digs. Gary Gillespie:
“He’ll want to get his teeth into the job, simple as.”