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Prem £££ must be a lot, blowing his chance to manage FC Bayern to come to England, do fuck all and get sacked.

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dosent want a job at a big club

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dosent want a job at a big club

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Is Pep 100% leaving at the end of the season?

I think Klopp would prefer to manage Germany over Bayern

Especially after his continuous war of words with Bayern hierarchy, Gotze and Lewandowski.

It would become his job to poach Dortmund players or they would just be signed for him anyway

So Klopp at Bayern is something I just don't get

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Peps signing a deal

Klopp wants to manage Germany like Bane said. 3 year contract on the table

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How many games until the first "Jurgen Flopp" headline?

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He will be the one of the highest paid managers in europe.

 

Have something like 100 mil to spend.

 

 

But he will still lose his best players to bigger teams every season, won't challenge for the title.

 

Step down. 

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I hate the fact it's Liverpool he's going to.

 

He will flop there and everyone will thank he's a sh*t manager when in fact it's just the club is sh*t. I don't see them breaking the top 4 even with Klopp in charge any time soon.

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Interesting to see how he uses, then breaks down and rebuilds the squad and what type of financial backing he's given.

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If he's given the funds, build around Coutinho, Sturridge, Firmino, Sakho, Clyne he could do okay.

 

I just don't see that club breaking the top 4. Because Arsenal and City are definitely not dropping out. Chelsea will get their act together soon enough. Man Utd look decent too.

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I want to see what he does with 35 mill Benteke and Sturridge together

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players want to play for klopp

 

won't be another william,costa,mikhitryan,konoplyanka again

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I want to see what he does with 35 mill Benteke and Sturridge together

Those 2 under a good manager will bang.

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False

he is a 4-2-3-1 and 4-4-2 diamond guy

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With the gegenpress (a word and an idea that is going to become second-nature on Merseyside), the team lines up in a narrow 4-2-3-1 formation. Width is provided by bombarding full-backs, but the rest of the players aim to stay as close to each other as possible.

 

4-3-1-2 – Aggressive midfield diamond

This formation is an interesting option because of a high degree of flexibility and diverse possible roles. Reus and Aubameyang could be an extremely dynamic striker duo, providing runs in behind the defence between the centre-backs and the full-backs, or can move to the wings and can also trouble both a back four and a back three. Against a defence with three men, the gap between the centre-back and full-back or the zones behind advanced wing-backs would be areas to focus. Against a back four, both forwards could deal with the entire defensive line and move between the centre-backs and full-backs.

Kagawa as no. 10 could bring on his entire genius in the ability to press, occasionally going up front and man-marking the opposing deep-lying playmaker. Depending on the strategical focus, they can attack directly or steer the opponent towards one side through a narrow positioning of the three offensive players. Mkhitaryan and Gündoğan (or Oliver Kirch) as asymmetrically acting midfielders alongside the deeper positioned Kehl (or Sven Bender) would take care of the half-spaces and initiate counter attacks. Gündoğan (or Kirch) provides the ball circulation, Mkhitaryan the verticality and the occupation of attacking spaces. Even a very aggressive variant with Gündoğan between Mkhitaryan and Kevin Grosskreutz or the returning Jakub Błaszczykowski is conceivable.

 

 

4-3-2-1 – Asymmetry all over the park

Against St. Pauli in the German Cup, Klopp fielded a shifted midfielder line with Kagawa playing as a right inside forward. He and Reus stood behind Ciro Immobile in terms of pressing, or Reus pushed forward, while Kagawa remained in a vertical line behind Immobile in the right half-space. Grosskreutz played as a left half-back very deep and wide though. He oriented himself to the centre of the midfield and formed an asymmetric line of three as Kehl occupied the middle. This forces the opposing team either to move to their right side where BVB could press or to try long range passes on the left where Kagawa, Mkhitaryan and the right-back exercise extreme pressure. Such tactics can also be applied in reverse for strategical reasons.

In this variant, which is used much less frequently than a 4-2-3-1, the reference point is space control. Dortmund can shift toward the effective playing space and try to occupy it, or theSchwarzgelben can lead the opposing build-up play. After the first passes, BVB overload spaces with respect to the position of the ball and the opponent’s short pass combinations would be destroyed by a lot of pressure.

4-4-2 or 4-1-4-1

Dortmund have also lined up in a 4-4-2 on occasion, against Anderlecht for instance. First and foremost, the team is relatively passive focusing on leading the opponent’s attacks, and controlling the space in front of the opponent’s centre-backs, while setting pressing traps on the wings and in the half-spaces – a rather standard way, but certainly with potential, especially if Klopp tries to provide stability during a certain period of the game. Furthermore, the physical effort could be reduced for a while.

To lure the opposing team to the wings, Dortmund can cover centre spaces by blocking these zones with a narrow midfield line, while both strikers do not attack the centre-backs or a deep dropping play-maker as shown in the graphic below. Thereby, both full-backs are the only free players. After an initial pass to one side, Dortmund could start to hunt the full-back. They could surround the full-back with the nearest winger and nearest forward who run toward the side line. Diego Simeone’s Atlético from last season serves as a perfect example of a team implementing this scheme.

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is he even signed yet.

 

Man are laying out formations only to see Allardyce come tru with 4 4 2

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What games has Klopp played with two 9s upfront?

stfu and take the L

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Sturridge won't be a 9 under Klopp most the time. Bentekkers will.

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whats gonna happen with the transfer committee?

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Deal agreed 😥

Wouldn't surprise me if Flojo remembers his login some time soon

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whats gonna happen with the transfer committee?

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