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I am really passionate when it comes to football, especially Liverpool Football Club. Apart from this, I indulge in long hours of conversation with my friends (about football), drink (watching football), and sleep (dreaming about football). Other than that, he works with a 360-degree digital marketing agency.

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Hey mate, well, the numbers might be a little up and down due to conversions and yes, I could have added Hoever as well. My bad.

How well have Liverpool done in the transfer window?

Let me begin by saying, I am a Liverpool fan. However, I do believe that Jose has put together a team with quality and depth. Bale brings a lot of experience that most players in that squad do not have. A winning mentality and a leadership style that most players at Spurs might not have witnessed. However, we might not see the darting runs that he has managed in the past or some of the spectacular goals he has scored during his younger days, but a couple of minutes of magic in the odd game is something we are sure going to see. I still believe it is an exceptional signing for Spurs.

Can Gareth Bale take Spurs to the next level?

I could not agree more Arnab. The passion and never say die attitude Lovren brought onto the pitch was unparalleled. That was one of the reasons I believe Klopp stuck with him for as long as he did.

I admire Dejan Lovren for his Twitter spat with fans

Well, now its fact it’s three players who have tests positive. Shaqiri was declared positive yesterday. Things are not looking good. Tsimikas was positive last month and then recovered. In stead of the international break, they should have had a 14-day self-isolation to ensure that the number of cases in the football fraternity reduce.

Second Liverpool player tests positive for COVID-19

Watching this game just hurt. The team was directionless and flat. Worst performance under Klopp for sure. However, if there is a game to prove that they can bounce back from anything it is the game against Everton who are currently at the top of the table. This might end up being the most fiesty Merseyside derby in a while!

Aston Villa shock Liverpool with SEVEN goals

Sorry to hear that you got stick for furnishing your opinion, that is plain wrong. I have a personal policy of just rerooting and blocking hateful and harmful people who tweet rubbish for no reason at all. That’s the least we can do.

I admire Dejan Lovren for his Twitter spat with fans

Yes, I have, but I am not sure how effective it will be to be honest. I do not know how difficult will it be for AI to intervene and ensure that such tweets with targeted hatred just don’t get published!

I admire Dejan Lovren for his Twitter spat with fans

Couldn’t agree more. It gives a loud voice to people who end up using to get attention and make a point rather than use it constructively. Hence, I liked what he did, he really stood up to fellow footballers having to read vile comments about their performance in one single game.

I admire Dejan Lovren for his Twitter spat with fans

I agree. Michael Edwards has been brilliant. Even with us on deadline day today, we could end up selling 3-4 players and recuperating at least 50 million of what we spent. Wilson, Grujic and Shaqiri all seem to be on the move based on multiple reports.

Rumours of Kalidou Koulibaly joining Liverpool are back

Hey Juzzmonk, the EPL is surely the best and most exciting league in the world. The top four race is surely heating up. As a Liverpool fan, I am glad we are not in the middle of the dog fight and are fighting for the title. However, in my opinion, more than Arsenal’s defence flopping ( which they have been for the last 3 seasons), I would have rather fit Chelsea under Sarri in there. He came with a reputation of attacking football, started the season very well only to have hit rock bottom now. What do you think?

The top three flops and shocks of the Premier League season

Hi there Kay, I am so glad that you have begun watching Football. No better manager and team to follow as of now 😉 Thanks for taking the time out to read 🙂

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Thanks a ton mate! 🙂

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Hi Dhruvh, I respect your opinion a lot, given that your football loyalties lie with the Reds of a different shade. I do hope that your words ring true and Klopp drives us to some trophies. The direction is visible, getting over the finish line is something that has been a problem, I am sure that will be resolved soon! I believe that Klopp will certainly prevail.

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Thanks Chinmay 🙂

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Hey Ajay, thanks for taking some time out and having a read. I am glad you liked the article!
From a totally biased point of view, and let’s be honest my point of view will be biased, the finals we played we lacked the experience and temperament to come out on top. I do believe if this current team, gets to play 90 minutes with its best players on the field, we will come out on top.

In your second point of Shaqiri not being played, I will not lie, I do question the fact of his lack of game time, I do feel that there might be something in the background regarding training commitment or even discipline that the management has made sure has not come out being the reason that he has not seen a lot of game time. Personally, I hope I am wrong and that we see him playing soon given that he has the ability to turn a game on its head as a substitute. Just ask Manchester United fans 😉 😛

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

I will not lie one bit, as a Liverpool give that we are on the upward graph and teams that were fairing better than us a couple of years back are now looking to replicate our model is very satisfying. But yes, I am well aware that there is still a lot for us to achieve as a club!

Appreciate your honesty mate. Thanks for taking the time out to read and comment 🙂

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Fingers crossed he will. He is surely taking us in the right direction ????
Thanks for taking the time out. YNWA!

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

I am sure Klopp is frightening in his own way. Haven’t you seen the images of him yelling at referees? I am sure the players get a dose of wrath. One of the major reasons we see good reactions after games we’ve drawn and lost. But yes, I do understand what you mean.

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

I agree 100%! As of today, there is no one who fits the club ethos any better!

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

Hey buddy, thanks for taking the time out and reading! 🙂
There are no doubts at all about the Paisley and Fagan era, the reason I mentioned only Shankly here is given the amount of similarity in the personalities of Klopp and Shankly. And yes, Klopp has gotten the great football back to Anfield, I am sure the cabinet will have some additions in the near future too!

Forget trophies, Jurgen Klopp is the best thing to happen to Liverpool since Shankly

I totally agree if there is one guy who knows how to break play up and slow the game down it is Mourinho.

Yes, Liverpool on more than one occasion has been precarious at the back. The pace of Lingaard, Martial and Rashford could hurt us. I am dreading their wingers against the pace of Milner at LB. About set-pieces, I can most certainly expect us to concede through one.

If Lallana is not fit, I could see Klopp start Emre Can ahead of Lucas. He provides a better work rate and fits in defensively when required as well. He has a tiny height advantage, but also has better speed and age on his side.

However, the best case for us is to have the same eleven playing and a full stadium. With the capacity having gone up, this derby has a chance of being one we remember for a long time.

Understanding Liverpool's and Klopp's 'gegenpress'

Thanks Ed. Shall post similar articles tactical based articles in the future.

Understanding Liverpool's and Klopp's 'gegenpress'

Thank you Vas.
However, as I mentioned in the article, if Gerrard is given a role with the under-23s who have over idealized him and know his story it could work wonders for the future. Having successful ex-players moving into coaching roles can have a long term impact on the way the next generation develops. If he does return as a coach, he being one of the very few home grown personalities, will add a very different dimension to the way the players will train and create a connect with the club. So, having him return in a capacity of coach of the under-23s may not be a bad idea in my opinion.

As for the first team, Klopp has to stay. No questions about that at all!

Bring Steven Gerrard back to Anfield - just not in an LFC kit

Red Panther, I could not agree more with what you have to say. It would certainly be great for Liverpool to hold on to Jurgen Klopp for as long as they can. He has really transformed the club in the one year that he has been there. Improving the team morale, making Liverpool a preferred destination for players and bringing back the feeling of oneness between the players and the fans.

Good things lie ahead!

Bring Steven Gerrard back to Anfield - just not in an LFC kit

Vas, I am quite eager to how Jose sets his team up for the derby. As you said I am expecting them to sit back try and hit on the counter. As you mentioned United have a front-line with quality that can hurt us given how Liverpool have been defending, but the fact that the entire defensive line of Milner, Matip, Lover, Clyne and Karius are all not going for international duty & will be training at Melwood should help improve communication and hopefully stand stronger than they did last time these two met in the Premier League.

I expect Adam Lallana to do well, if fit for the game. The United defence will be quite preoccupied with Firmino, Mane and Coutinho. That is how Lallana is quietly notching up goals and assists this season as compared to earlier.

Promises to be a fun match up!

Understanding Liverpool's and Klopp's 'gegenpress'