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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 7:44 pm 
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Kabalega wrote:
How come there was no VAR review of the penalty?


There is VAR review of all PKs and goals.

But how in the hell did those PK reviews pass muster for Manure?

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He did it again! Sanchez allowed a bouncing ball to go over his head! Literally! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Kaii!! Oloye! you see am?



He takes too many chances for a center back...

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I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


They're looking to take the top off of the spurs backline; and they are using it to counter their high pressing...

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We watched this very boring video, 500 times, of Sacchi doing defensive drills, using sticks and without the ball, with Maldini, Baresi and Albertini. We used to think before then that if the other players are better, you have to lose. After that we learned anything is possible – you can beat better teams by using tactics." Jurgen Klopp


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 8:09 pm 
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txj wrote:
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I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


.... and they are using it to counter their high pressing...


Makes sense especially early in the first half. That was a smart adjustment.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 9:26 pm 
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green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:02 pm 
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benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!

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We watched this very boring video, 500 times, of Sacchi doing defensive drills, using sticks and without the ball, with Maldini, Baresi and Albertini. We used to think before then that if the other players are better, you have to lose. After that we learned anything is possible – you can beat better teams by using tactics." Jurgen Klopp


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:24 pm 
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txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!


Listen, i might be dumb as you say, but you are surely dumber than me :rotf:

Liverpool used the long ball a lot as a tactic and they ended up winning.
Klopp complained when someone else used the long ball as if he does not ever use it ever.
It was a great switch of tactics as well.

I don't even want to care what they did after, now i know why Klopp was complaining about the long ball :biggrin:


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:37 pm 
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benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!


Listen, i might be dumb as you say, but you are surely dumber than me :rotf:

Liverpool used the long ball a lot as a tactic and they ended up winning.
Klopp complained when someone else used the long ball as if he does not ever use it ever.
It was a great switch of tactics as well.

I don't even want to care what they did after, now i know why Klopp was complaining about the long ball :biggrin:



Clearly you don't understand the discussion here and are too stupid to earn.

LFC had 68% possession.

In terms of the details of the passing, this is how it was:

Passes

LFC SPURS
662 Total 311
33 Crosses 13
0 Through Balls 2
71 Long Balls 57
558 Short Passes 239

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We watched this very boring video, 500 times, of Sacchi doing defensive drills, using sticks and without the ball, with Maldini, Baresi and Albertini. We used to think before then that if the other players are better, you have to lose. After that we learned anything is possible – you can beat better teams by using tactics." Jurgen Klopp


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2019 11:54 pm 
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txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!


Listen, i might be dumb as you say, but you are surely dumber than me :rotf:

Liverpool used the long ball a lot as a tactic and they ended up winning.
Klopp complained when someone else used the long ball as if he does not ever use it ever.
It was a great switch of tactics as well.

I don't even want to care what they did after, now i know why Klopp was complaining about the long ball :biggrin:



Clearly you don't understand the discussion here and are too stupid to earn.

LFC had 68% possession.

In terms of the details of the passing, this is how it was:

Passes

LFC SPURS
662 Total 311
33 Crosses 13
0 Through Balls 2
71 Long Balls 57
558 Short Passes 239


Okay then. :thumbs:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 1:22 am 
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benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!


Listen, i might be dumb as you say, but you are surely dumber than me :rotf:

Liverpool used the long ball a lot as a tactic and they ended up winning.
Klopp complained when someone else used the long ball as if he does not ever use it ever.
It was a great switch of tactics as well.

I don't even want to care what they did after, now i know why Klopp was complaining about the long ball :biggrin:



Clearly you don't understand the discussion here and are too stupid to earn.

LFC had 68% possession.

In terms of the details of the passing, this is how it was:

Passes

LFC SPURS
662 Total 311
33 Crosses 13
0 Through Balls 2
71 Long Balls 57
558 Short Passes 239


Okay then. :thumbs:

Nothing wrong with the crosses. Usually they work the passing game through the middle and spread to their FB for the diagonal key pass. Today’s long ball approach was different and it made sense because Pooch initially had his press higher up the pitch to counter/ disrupt Klopp’s plan A.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:41 am 
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green4life wrote:
benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
txj wrote:
benteke wrote:
green4life wrote:
I haven’t seen Pool play this many long balls in the opening half during Klopp’s tenure.


When Mourinho used that tactic against Liverpool at Anfield in the 0-0 draw, Klopp blew his gasket and complained about long balls.
Today Klopp used it to win


Wow..you are really retarded as far as football is concerned.

LFC did not use the long ball to win today.

You need to educate yourself bout the game...I've been telling you this for more than a year now!


Listen, i might be dumb as you say, but you are surely dumber than me :rotf:

Liverpool used the long ball a lot as a tactic and they ended up winning.
Klopp complained when someone else used the long ball as if he does not ever use it ever.
It was a great switch of tactics as well.

I don't even want to care what they did after, now i know why Klopp was complaining about the long ball :biggrin:



Clearly you don't understand the discussion here and are too stupid to earn.

LFC had 68% possession.

In terms of the details of the passing, this is how it was:

Passes

LFC SPURS
662 Total 311
33 Crosses 13
0 Through Balls 2
71 Long Balls 57
558 Short Passes 239


Okay then. :thumbs:

Nothing wrong with the crosses. Usually they work the passing game through the middle and spread to their FB for the diagonal key pass. Today’s long ball approach was different and it made sense because Pooch initially had his press higher up the pitch to counter/ disrupt Klopp’s plan A.


Yes indeed. I get you dude, we are on the same page with regards to the long balls.
Those long balls are what nullified Spurs tactics and then allowed Liverpool to do what they do best and win, that was my point anyway. Good spot :thumb:


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'Dumb and Dumber, I'd call them': Roy Keane lays into Tottenham full backs Serge Aurier and Danny Rose in typically bullish style after their roles in Liverpool defeat

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Roy Keane slammed the performances of Tottenham's full backs Serge Aurier and Danny Rose against Liverpool, labelling the pair 'Dumb and Dumber' after Sunday evening's clash.

The pair endured a tough time at Anfield, with Rose struggling against his opposite number Trent Alexander-Arnold, while his team-mate on the opposite flank was at fault for conceding the penalty that led to the Reds' victory.

Talking in the Sky Sports studio after the game, Keane said: 'The two Tottenham full-backs were dreadful. Dumb and Dumber, I'd call them.
I thought they were really poor. You can't compare them to Liverpool, the two lads who are absolutely fantastic.

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... -Rose.html

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txj, how about Fabinho? what a player!

If fit, Ox, Keita,or even Milner should be starting ahead of Henderson. Fabinho and Wjinaldum are holding the midfield very well.

And of course, Sadio Mane is a player who has a bag of tricks, both professional and "back-yard soccer" kinds, and is not afraid to unleash them. After dealing with Rose, he knew exactly what Aurier was going to do :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:37 am 
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
txj, how about Fabinho? what a player!

If fit, Ox, Keita,or even Milner should be starting ahead of Henderson. Fabinho and Wjinaldum are holding the midfield very well.

And of course, Sadio Mane is a player who has a bag of tricks, both professional and "back-yard soccer" kinds, and is not afraid to unleash them. After dealing with Rose, he knew exactly what Aurier was going to do :lol: :lol: :lol:

How did we miss Mane?
Some know nothing was saying Walcott is a better player that is why Mane even play for Southampton.


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@Kaji, Mane would’ve obstructed Iwobi’s development and frankly, AI aka Artificial Intelligence aka Alex Ogbuefi, was more suited for the system in place. From a contextual perspective, Iwobi was better for Beloved, now and ever after, amen.


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