[LFC] Straipsniai, komentarai, pasisakymai spaudoje

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06 Aug 2018, 10:12

NON-LFC fanams gal ir nelabai aktualu, bet dalinuosi man labai patikusiu Chris Bascombe straipsniu. Puikiai sudėjo ant popieriaus viską, ką aš galvoju. Apie Kloppo 3 metų darbą ir ateinančio sezono tikslus.
Jurgen Klopp fears ‘crazy expectations’ for Liverpool trophies are spiralling out of control

It is tempting to visualise Jurgen Klopp spending the summer seeking treatment for amnesia.

“I’m sure there was something I was meaning to do when I joined Liverpool... now... what was it again?”

Fortunately, there are post-it notes aplenty.

“Win a trophy,” they read.

Some of the prompts are more specific – insistent, even.

“This season,” they add.

“Preferably the Premier League.”

So many reminders, some gentle, others less so.

Everyone is saying and thinking the time to win silverware is overdue. Klopp agrees, although after seeing his side dismantle Napoli in their penultimate warm-up game his main concern is what he described as ‘crazy expectations’ spiralling out of control.

“We have shown a lot of good things in the last few years but it was never in one second easy and it will not be this season easy,” he said.

“If we win a game, we win a game and must win the next game as well, not be celebrating anything as if it is decided. I really believe our fans are spot on and know what is going on. We have high expectations of ourselves but our situation has not changed. I do not see that United has got weaker, or City weaker. Tottenham have not sold a player and have stayed together. I think Arsenal and Chelsea will be stronger than last year. Everton obviously are pushing from behind. Wolves are not shy to spend money. The league will be difficult.”

Klopp's caution reflects Liverpool being in new territory this summer. The addition of £65m goalkeeper Alisson - who made his debut in Dublin – strengthens an expensively assembled side which looks equipped to mount an all-too-rare Premier League challenge.

With raised hope and hefty cheques brings more pressure, but there is something distinctive about the increasing demand on Klopp and Liverpool.

Managers at the biggest clubs inevitably find themselves in trouble when they do not win trophies, but usually that builds from an impatient fanbase or intolerant board. Klopp goes into this season with neither.

There is internal expectation, naturally, but the most vocal tetchiness is external. It is Liverpool’s adversaries sounding more agitated by Klopp’s three years of near misses.

“How dare they?” they seem to scream.

“How dare those people be enjoying themselves, how dare they be so rampantly positive, when Klopp has won nothing for them.”

You particularly sense it at Liverpool’s top four rivals – that simmering resentment that Klopp’s work is so appreciated when he has the audacity to keep tripping at the last hurdle.


None of those demanding success this season predicted Liverpool would reach the Europa League final in 2016, but that does not matter now.

None of them predicted Liverpool would reach the Champions League final in 2018, either.

That overachievement was also swiftly considered irrelevant after defeat to a side completing a hat-trick of wins. The narrowness of Klopp’s ‘failures’ and thrilling, progressive football en route cannot and will not be shrugged aside when judgements are made on a reign which – should his contract be fulfilled – is not even mid-term.

“Ah, but now they have spent lots of money,” say those who a year ago argued Liverpool can never hope to compete if they sell the best players like Philippe Coutinho.

It appears rather than reinvest the £142m from that sale, Klopp should have asked Liverpool’s owners to donate it to charity - otherwise he is a hypocrite who buys a team rather than builds one.


The fact winning the league involves overcoming the richest club in the world, and Champions League those who have spent considerably more over a longer period – including luring Liverpool’s best players of the last four years - hardly makes claiming one of the most coveted trophies a guarantee (let’s not insult each others’ intelligence here and suggest a League Cup or even the FA Cup will satisfy. Yes, Liverpool would embrace it but that’s not the endgame).

Moods can quickly change, but the hint during this pre-season is of further improvement. James Milner, Gini Wijnaldum, Mo Salah, Daniel Sturridge and Alberto Moreno continued the positive momentum against an excellent Napoli team in the Aviva Stadium.

“It is not about judging our situation and thinking, ‘really good’. We need to be ready each week, not only for a few games. That is our challenge,” said Klopp, in an appeal for perspective he may need to repeat more forcibly in coming days and months.

“If we keep the atmosphere within the club from last year we have a chance of really big season. Then we will see what happens.”
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23 Oct 2018, 10:31

Klopp pašnekėjo apie tai, kaip LFC praeitą sezoną (ir anksčiau) buvo one trick pony ir nelabai rasdavo atsakymų, kai high press neveikdavo prieš giliai sulindusias komandas :lol:
The German manager was explaining how Liverpool have been less reliant on their high press so far this season when he came out with the strange remark.

'Last year, our big strength was high pressing, and then when the opponents didn't play football, it was like, 'sorry,' he said.

'It's like a dog. If you don't give him his favourite toy and throw him something else, he thinks, 'No, I don't want that. I want the other one. I want to play high press.'

'So, that's how you develop, step by step, doing different things.'
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23 Oct 2018, 13:04

Na vaizdas tas toks, kaip ir jau anksciau minejau, kad Klopp'as vasara netinginiavo, o ruosesi EPL'o sturmui, komaanda zaidzia gal ir ne toki akiai malonu futbola kaip praejusiame sezone, bet geresni - taskai tai atspindi. Siemet puolimu uzgozem, nepalikom vilciu tik 3 komandom - West Hamui, Spursam ir PSG, o kitas iveikem ir be totalinio puolimo, tiesiog siame sezone reikia bijoti ne tik musu puolimo, bet ir gynybos. Ir plius zaidziant pries visokius luzerius, leidziama ir jiems pastumdyt kamuoli, kadangi lipant vient tik ant vartu, kas buvo praeitam sezone, norimo rezultato gali ir nepasiekt, o dabar kai duodi varzovui atakuot, atsiveria daugiau erdviu varzovu aikstes pusej, kad ir ne taip daznai kaip noretusi, bet is penkiu progu viena isnaudojam ir siame sezone dazniausiai to pakanka.
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13 Jan 2019, 11:28

Fabinho pašnekėjo šiek tiek apie PSG ir tas prieš kurį laiką pasirodžiusias žinias spaudoje apie nuomą į PSG:
I never thought of going elsewhere.

I know a lot of things were written in the newspapers, but it wasn’t true. What’s funny is that this PSG loan story came out just before our Champions League match [in November].

And I had already experienced a similar story the day before the final of the Coupe de la Ligue between PSG and Monaco [in March 2018]. It’s a strange coincidence, isn't it?

In fact, if I had to sign at PSG, it’s the year before it could have been done.

They were very interested, I talked a lot with Antero and the club’s leaders, but it didn’t work.

The year after, I did not wait for them… And then, I thought it was time to leave France.
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Reikėjo laiko jam adaptacijai, kaip ir visiems į Kloppo Liverpulį atvykusiems žaidėjams (išskyrus monCtrus Alissoną ir VVD), tačiau po truputį jau atsiskleidžia ir pradeda rodyti klasę. Labai labai reikalingas ir svarbus žaidėjas. Žaidė jau kaip CDM, CM, RB ir CB. Braziliškasis Milneris :pray:
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13 Jan 2019, 12:28

:arrow_up: Butent, bus negaila ir labai ramiai galesim isleist Milneri i pensija (i Leeds United), nes Fabinho prie trupucio sekmes gali tapt toks svarbus, koks buvo Mascherano.
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13 Jan 2019, 14:31

Man iš Fabinho pasisakymo labiau patiko dviejų lygų palyginimas:
When you have the ball at your feet, you have less time to react. You always have one or two opponents on your back. In France, I was able to turn. Here, your reaction time has to be very quick. And the physical impact hurts. These guys resist in duels and jump high.
Gal šis paprastas ir elementarus skirtumas ir yra tai, dėl ko daug užsieniečių, atvarę į EPL, strugglina kaip reikalas? Ypač kalbant apie saugus/centro žaidėjus.
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13 Jan 2019, 15:08

Furis wrote:
13 Jan 2019, 14:31
Gal šis paprastas ir elementarus skirtumas ir yra tai, dėl ko daug užsieniečių, atvarę į EPL, strugglina kaip reikalas? Ypač kalbant apie saugus/centro žaidėjus.
Čia visiškai kapitoniškai obviousiškas faktas, o Fabinho yra koks 37-as žaidėjas, apie tai kalbantis.
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13 Jan 2019, 15:37

hippo wrote:
13 Jan 2019, 15:08
Čia visiškai kapitoniškai obviousiškas faktas, o Fabinho yra koks 37-as žaidėjas, apie tai kalbantis.
Turbūt kad. :oops:

Man tik kažkoks keistas įspūdis (stereotipas) susidaręs, kad kas jau kas, bet Ligue1 žaidėjai fiziniu EPL futbolu neturėtų skųstis, nes ten pas juos daug kas jėga ir greičiu paremta. Bet EPL panašu kad vis tiek karaliauja šiuo atžvilgiu.
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13 Jan 2019, 18:47

Ligue 1 tikrai nėra tokio spaudimo ir tokio tempo kaip EPL. Labai abejoju ar kur nors kitur taip yra.
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17 Mar 2019, 11:46

J. W. Henry ir FSG visuose frontuose all-in prieš City vėžį eina. Įdomus kampas, kurio iki šiol neteko girdėt. Ištrauka iš straipsnio The Times:
City’s ability to artificially inflate the value of their sponsorship income has enabled them to undercut other Premier League clubs to secure commercial deals.

Liverpool are convinced that they have lost out on several commercial opportunities because City accepted a lower offer from the same companies, an indulgence it has been suggested they can afford because of their access to Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth. Uefa is investigating allegations that City disguised investment by the club’s owner, Sheikh Mansour, by representing it as sponsorship from the country’s airline, Etihad. An internal email between City executives obtained by German magazine Der Spiegel regarding a £67.5 million sponsorship for the 2015-16 season states that “£8 million should be funded directly by Etihad and £59.5 million by ADUG”, which is Mansour’s own City holding company. City have denied any wrongdoing and insist the documents have been taken out of context.
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31 Mar 2019, 11:42

Jermaine Jenas punditerija :handgestures-thumbup:



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