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quit yo jibbajabba

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Sure alls hes good for is huggin

#kloppout

Armamike

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Sure alls hes good for is huggin

#kloppout

And losing finals  ;)
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imtommygunn

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Where's stallion (or his latest incarnation) ;D

laoislad

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Sure alls hes good for is huggin

#kloppout

And losing finals  ;)
Klopp The Flop  ;)
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sid waddell

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Liverpool won the European Cup last year and Premier League this year. They are the best team in the world at the moment. Only job that he could go on to from here and be considered a step up is Real Madrid or Barcelona.

Why would he leave? He clearly loves Liverpool and he has built an amazing team that isn't going anywhere soon
It would be hard to consider either a step up, not because they aren't massive clubs, they obviously are, but because La Liga looks to be heading into a slump in general. Things are much less rosy for Spanish football in general than they were a decade ago. The standard of Spanish player coming through has declined sharply. England looks to be the place to be for the foreseeable future and has a lot more big clubs with serious potential than Spain does.

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Looks like Lovren away for Ä12 million, can see grujic going and origi also
Interesting to see what they do with the proceeds

Armamike

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Where's stallion (or his latest incarnation) ;D

He bolted a long time ago.
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Armamike

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Klopp's with us another 4 years.  After that the most likely scenario is he will leave of his own accord when he feels he can't do much more, or the club needs a new direction.  That's the scenario he found himself in  Dortmund anyway.  He's not your normal club hopping manager.    Seems to need to feel a connection with the club and place.  I'm not sure there's too many other clubs out there where he believes he would have the same relationship as he does at Liverpool. He's been obviously great for Liverpool but Liverpool has been great for him too.
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Jaysus lads....donít be biting with thon hoor MR2....far too easy!


If we get Ä12m for Lovren thatís great business. Will be others leaving and maybe the odd one coming but the core will be the same for the new season. Players like Minamino and Keita are effectively new signings (if Keita stays fit....heard that before!). Brewster could be a real addition as the support striker given his recent form and undoubted talent. Curtis Jones fills Lallanaís place in the squad. A defender to replace Dejan and maybe a MF, chat about Thiago, donít see any other business in.

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Klopp's with us another 4 years.  After that the most likely scenario is he will leave of his own accord when he feels he can't do much more, or the club needs a new direction.  That's the scenario he found himself in  Dortmund anyway.  He's not your normal club hopping manager.    Seems to need to feel a connection with the club and place.  I'm not sure there's too many other clubs out there where he believes he would have the same relationship as he does at Liverpool. He's been obviously great for Liverpool but Liverpool has been great for him too.
Yup, thats why he turned down Man United.
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gawa316

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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has won the Football Writers' Association Men's Footballer of the Year award.

quit yo jibbajabba

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But all he can do is run funny.

Between that and our hugger manager things arent going well lets be honest...

BennyCake

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Who else was nominated?

gawa316

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Who else was nominated?

Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
 Sadio Mane (Liverpool)
Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool
)Alisson (Liverpool)
Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Manchester United)
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City
)Adama Traore (Wolves)
Danny Ings  (Southampton)
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)
James Maddison (Leicester)
Jonny Evans (Leicester)

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Don't understand all the clamour for Henderson as footballer of the year at all. Manť and TAA far more important for Liverpool this year and more deserving.

He got it for being an English captain that led them to their first title in 30 years.
"Never mind your why. Why ain't in your repetoire no more n***a"