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Thread: Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur (CL Final Match Thread)

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    Quote Originally Posted by southernboy View Post
    That's an amazing video. I wish BT had shown that on the night instead of focusing on spurs players in tears.

    It shows clearly the players that Klopp loves... Trent, Henderson, Mane, Firmino, Alisson etc, big hugs. Mignolet; yeah, see you later.
    Agreed - Great video....I do feel sorry for the Mig to be fair, think about it - he was dropped in favour of Karius.....!!!

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    Cheers Justin.

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    Just when you thought our manager couldn’t impress you any more than he already has... You see this. In the grips of pure joy after winning the ultimate prize in football, after losing the final last year... is he fist pumping and gloating? No... Is he trying to take the credit for himself? No.... his instinct takes him to the defeated finalists - to commiserate WITH them. It is also clearly appreciated. This is a rare sight in top end competitive sports. Klopp is not only the best he is an absolute complete and utter one off.

    How lucky are we to have such an amazing leader at this great club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    Just when you thought our manager couldn’t impress you any more than he already has... You see this. In the grips of pure joy after winning the ultimate prize in football, after losing the final last year... is he fist pumping and gloating? No... Is he trying to take the credit for himself? No.... his instinct takes him to the defeated finalists - to commiserate WITH them. It is also clearly appreciated. This is a rare sight in top end competitive sports. Klopp is not only the best he is an absolute complete and utter one off.

    How lucky are we to have such an amazing leader at this great club.
    Completely agree Steveo, sheer unadulterated class, so obvious our lads absolutely love the bones of him too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    Just when you thought our manager couldn’t impress you any more than he already has... You see this. In the grips of pure joy after winning the ultimate prize in football, after losing the final last year... is he fist pumping and gloating? No... Is he trying to take the credit for himself? No.... his instinct takes him to the defeated finalists - to commiserate WITH them. It is also clearly appreciated. This is a rare sight in top end competitive sports. Klopp is not only the best he is an absolute complete and utter one off.

    How lucky are we to have such an amazing leader at this great club.
    Absolutely. This is a golden era in our history that we should savour. It won’t last forever.
    I bet you can squeal like a pig!

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    We are truly blessed as fans to have this man in charge. The players are blessed too, to work under him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justincredible View Post
    Let's keep Pep at City....

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is considering a sabbatical from football at the end of next season if he wins the Champions League. (Star)
    Methinks he'll take that sabbatical regardless even if we manage to defend our title and keep him from winning.

    More so if we do the double.
    To be precise it's only a portion of me downloaded via satellite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    Agreed - Great video....I do feel sorry for the Mig to be fair, think about it - he was dropped in favour of Karius.....!!!
    Which is a bit funny because he himself dropped a lot of balls and clangers into forcing the club to replace him by first getting Karius and then Allisson.
    To be precise it's only a portion of me downloaded via satellite.
    This Gynoid's E-brain lacks.........capacity.

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    At least now we know that when we get a new keeper, it will be as an understudy to Alisson, the best we've had since Grobbelaar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southernboy View Post
    Absolutely. This is a golden era in our history that we should savour. It won’t last forever.
    1,000%.

    If/as/when we have a blip I hope those who sharpened the knives for Rafa are bludgeoned to Death with large rocks.
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