- Apr 8, 2015
Think Gomez is the only one doing those long trow inns and I can't remember seeing something dangerous coming from. Much about nothing IMO.
Why isn't he called a set piece coach?I think its more about how to work a chance or get into a good position with a throw rather than just training to throw long
So long as by then we will have finally landed number 19!Pfffft. Call that doom-mongering?
You will die. Your children will die. Your children’s children will die. This will continue for 7.5 billion years (and it’s highly unlikely that mankind lasts that long) until the Sun absorbs the Earth.
We have a throw in coach?!?Liverpool's specialist throw-in coach Thomas Gronnemark says Jurgen Klopp's innovative approach to management is helping to buildwww.skysports.com
For a while now mate.We have a throw in coach?!?
Liverpool hire specialist throw-in coach
Thomas Gronnemark holds the world record for the longest throw-in
Liverpool have hired a specialist throw-in coach to help their chances of winning silverware.
Danish coach Thomas Gronnemark will work with the first team on a part-time basis.
Gronnemark has worked at Schalke O4, Hertha Berlin and FC Midtjylland, with the success of the Danish side in the Europa League in 2015 attributed to their set-piece plays.
He holds the world record for the longest throw-in at 51.33m.
"Midtjylland showed that the long throw-in can be a weapon, if you can do it with the correct technique, precision and tactical awareness," Gronnemark said.
It's very important that it's a flat throw, because if it's too high it's easy to defend.
"If you can make a long throw-in precise and flat, together with some tactical aspects, then it's much easier to score."
Jürgen looks so cool in Tuxedo.
Edit, Klopp's speach
Edit, Klopp's speech
Kloppo ask people don't know about Common Goal to look it up, as a result, the Common Goal home page crashed due to high traffic.