Formerly known as Ʒan
- Jul 15, 2016
In his pre-match presser: "No I think we are all a bit confused after yesterday". Got to love him. Don't ever stop sticking up for the good guys Klopp.
Apologies if posted elsewhere, but Chris Bascombe's Twitter eloquently sums it up for me (my Luddite copy/ paste skills also deserve an apology):A ray of sunshine on an otherwise exceptionally bleak day and whatever some others might say long live the the Socialist Republic of Liverpool - socialist in the best senses of the word with everyone connected with the club celebrating that connection and making it a better world to live in..
brought a tear to my eye that did, specially the young lad getting the invite to Melwood.
Not gonna lie...seeing those kids cry when JK and the lads all walked in made me tear up myself.
I fucking love this club.
And Boris...if you don't follow through on your promises for the NHS I'm coming for you.
Western Union sat down with Jurgen Klopp to talk about many things, and the issue of leadership was brought up and that’s something the boss knows a lot about.
The German stated that he surrounds himself with people who are experts in things that he is not good at, and simply exudes confidence to allow those around him to grow.
A clip of this interview was shared by Twitter user @AnfieldWatch with very little context, but in the clip, the boss explains his way of life and how that relates to football.
Gary Lineker picked up on this Tweet and resonate with Klopp’s message – retweeting the clip and adding “Love this. A great lesson in leadership.”
?Was made up with this earlier, and I don’t think the timing is any coincidence.
He said something about he wouldn't have signed a deal if Krawietz and Ljinders hadn't been offered deals too, maybe that is his biggest asset, the guy doesn't have the ego like others who think they are the man. Clough without Taylor was terrible but you'd never have got that admittance.