Date: 23rd October 2017 at 8:54am
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Make no mistake, this was sensational win however what we got from Liverpool was wasn’t the White Album. It was ‘Live At The Star Club’ dross.

Waiting for Premier League sides to get into action means downtime for both supporters and the players themselves who take time out to the best casino online offers while football managers get their act together.

Ordinarily when a manager is reluctant to praise the opposition there’s a fair amount of face saving underway, but Klopp wasn’t politicking after the game.

He stood there reeling off a litany of depressing bungles and inadequacies, peppered with sighs, moody pauses and deep drawn breaths.

“First half it’s unbelievably easy to defend before Harry (Kane) has the ball. Second goal. All analysis, all what we knew before the game, it was clear: Tottenham will play in situations like this. It was 100% clear.

“We have to protect all our offensive things which we do, we overlap in the situation. Usually we know Dejan would make a header, he misses the ball.”

“Third goal, another present,” the last word laced with meaning. A present; a gift. “We have the ball, lose it, free kick, make the foul. It’s a free kick nowhere, it was nothing, we make the header in the middle and no one to the second ball. It was obvious.

“Fourth one, just happened like it was today, we had chances but you cannot get results with performance like today, against a team like Tottenham. We weren’t. That’s my responsibility.”

Klopp has been hoist by his own whatsis name here.

LFC consists of a squad of players that are fundamentally all wrap and no gift. From the outside there appears far too much emphasis on hoping to hang on to one or two players who are supposed to be too good for the club; these ‘superstars’ are then surrounded by padding.

I don’t see any esprit de corps and I don’t see any coherence. Their goal difference column is like reading a suicide note.

Halfhearted vanity and no genuine commitment to the cause. If one instance summed up where Liverpool are right now, it was the introduction of Daniel Sturridge on the 77th minute.

Not good enough to warrant a starting berth, yet so utterly delusional to move with the majesty of megastar removing multiple rosaries from his intricately tattooed skin.

Liverpool suck badly because it’s self inflicted. The ‘pity me’ routine just got shut down. Live on TV.

 
Comments
  • Sexy Beast October 23, 2017 at 11:48 am

    What pleased me the most is The Poochmiester’s new flexible tactical approach, 32% possession but on clear cut chances we absolutely thrashed them.
    Saturday will be very interesting tactically, looking forward to Wednesday and giving them pikey’s a good shoeing .
    Great atmosphere yesterday also helped the boys no end, onwards and upwards!
    COYS

  • Erik October 23, 2017 at 11:18 am

    It was more like that ‘Best Of The Beatles’con, by Pete Best.

  • Ronan October 23, 2017 at 11:14 am

    Some will refuse to be reached

    Stevie: “eeeerrrrr, Jurgen’s still the better coach for me”

    Thommo: “If I had to choose between the two, then Daniel Sturridge for me, all day long. More natural finisher and I believe there’s a lot more in his locker that we’ve still to see’

    Lawro: “I do think Liverpool will be in the top four come the end of the season, yes. Who will miss out? Tottenham, for me, Dan”

    Macca: “I think Tottenham will be found out before the season ends, then Harry Kane will go”

    Alan Green: “sadly, I think some Tottenham fans are getting a bit carried away”

    Alan handsome: “sluuurrr .. totm always let you down .. sluurr .. Klopp genius”

    King Kenny: “Totm?” – bemused smile – “Buncha woofters”

    Robbie: “I’ve heard philippe coutinho loves the city, that’s why he didn’t go”

    Carra: “aarrraayy, .. Liverpool fans most knowledgeable in the game ..

    Certain bubbles will remain forever sealed.

  • ronwol196061 October 23, 2017 at 10:46 am

    I like Klopp he is an honest bloke and not a lunatic like Mourinho. But he got well beaten by Poch yesterday. Because of Liverpool weaknesses in defence they had too few choices after Poch set us up to counter attack.
    I was shocked at our line up. First of all I didnt realize how good Aurier was on the left. With Jan behind him and Sanchez pulling over when he had to it was difficult for Liverpool. A perfect pass got them the goal. On the right side Trippier was amazing with Toby steady back in defence.
    Winks and Dele I couldnt see too much of and thats because they were in their lanes and in the first half both were playing conservatively but it was their positions that created the fantastic 2 banks and there wasnt much room for Courtinho to create in. It was masterful by Poch. In the springboard of the counter Eriksen,Son and Kane had licence to create and space was plentiful. It wasnt Eriksens best game but Kane and Son really made things happen. Lloris was absolutely fantastic in goal,Jan who has picked up his game a lot as he is less jammed in with the back 4 now was masterful and a rampant Kane who looked more like Bale at Inter Milan in this one. It was a great team effort and a fantastic plan by Poch. Its good to see that the shackles of the blueprint are now being expanded upon per game. Two enjoyable performances and ever closer to the type of footie that is fitting for our club

  • Snow Patrol October 23, 2017 at 10:35 am

    Liverpool only had 3 players who would get a game in a top six side – Coutinho, Gomez and Salah (plus Lallana and Mane when they return). They need to sell Coutinho and reinvest the money in half a dozen players which means next season is a write off for them as well.

    • UnkleTaff October 23, 2017 at 10:46 am

      Coutinho will be off in January and that’ll be an end to any lingering hopes they had of a top-four place.

      And I can’t see Mane hanging around beyond the summer if that happens.

      The only ray of sunshine I can see for Liverpool at the moment is the fact that Ancelotti is currently out of a job.

  • One Flew Over SPURTS Cuckoo Nest 💋 October 23, 2017 at 10:34 am

    Camus
    I had TalkGuff on, whilst driving yesterday early evening.
    They were having a big phone-in inquest into the situation at Pool – who is to blame:- the board, the manager, the players…?
    One caller was so angry he was proclaiming “We can’t compete with United and Chelsea, we need a billionaire from the Far East and we need it now…”
    He reminded me of Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
    TalkGuff let him rant on and on with his entitlement bobbins.
    Cundy bigged up Kane as one of the best in the world on current form, but there was no other mention of us before I switched off.
    Livepool were playing against themselves, I imagine.
    No one pointed out that we’re managing to compete without the investment of a sugar Sheikh.

    “No one pointed out that we’re managing to compete without the investment of a sugar Sheikh.”

    Bl**dy cheek. A few of us on here have tried pointing that out. I don’t remember you being one of them.

  • Ehbahgumspur October 23, 2017 at 10:31 am

    Listened to talk sport with Dean (the red) Saunders, he said ‘where have Spurs suddenly got an extra 50000 supporters from’. Are these guys for real, why do you think we are building a 60000 seater stadium, thick twat

  • East Stand October 23, 2017 at 10:19 am

    Klippertyklopp should have invested in their defence in the summer rather than pursuing the Chamberpot and handcuffing Coutinhio to the railings at Albert Dock.

    Lovren has looked fairly pance since he left Saints and Poch and they outed the other bloke to Palace. He’s neglected his responsibilities in that regard…

    • Gus October 23, 2017 at 10:23 am

      Whereas we bought Sanchez Aurier and Foyth….

  • Bert Simpkins October 23, 2017 at 9:57 am

    The atmosphere in the ground yesterday was the best we’ve had this season, early goals, nerves at rest. It looked like we’re used to the space now and using it well.

    However, there will still be the Swansea matches.

    • Gus October 23, 2017 at 10:18 am

      With our defence at least we don’t give wins away, teams have to play hard to get points off us. Unlike Liverpool Chelski or Yanited at the moment

      • East Stand October 23, 2017 at 10:20 am

        Hopefully a corner turned Gus.

        • Gus October 23, 2017 at 10:21 am

          We played with a confidence I haven’t seen since times last year

  • Freund or Foe October 23, 2017 at 9:53 am

    Terry Henry was right, this was our first pwopa league win at Wembley. More please.

  • Ufluckinplic October 23, 2017 at 9:45 am

    We beat the Mancs next week we’ll have exactly the same crap coming out from the media twats. I don’t hear most of it living way over here, but feck the biased wankers. Spurs are on the up, yeah we’ll have the odd blip now and again but we’re showing consistency that we lacked and a team spirit. Most teams have talented individuals but no team spirit and that’s their Achilles heel.

  • Freund or Foe October 23, 2017 at 9:45 am

    No Kane or Eriksen v the Pikeys please, save them for Saturday.

    • Gus October 23, 2017 at 10:21 am

      I’d like to see Winks given Eriksen’s pivot role versus Spam. He is starting regularly now but should be able to handle it

  • royalspur October 23, 2017 at 9:31 am

    We are looking sooooo good at the mo., all the pre season worries re signings !!! Davidson Sanchez , wow, aurier wow , our squad suddenly looking very , very formidable , with dembele and victor nowhere in sight, they will be back soon and even lamela may get a ame in the car boot cup

  • Camus October 23, 2017 at 9:22 am

    I had TalkGuff on, whilst driving yesterday early evening.
    They were having a big phone-in inquest into the situation at Pool – who is to blame:- the board, the manager, the players…?
    One caller was so angry he was proclaiming “We can’t compete with United and Chelsea, we need a billionaire from the Far East and we need it now…”
    He reminded me of Veruca Salt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
    TalkGuff let him rant on and on with his entitlement bobbins.
    Cundy bigged up Kane as one of the best in the world on current form, but there was no other mention of us before I switched off.
    Livepool were playing against themselves, I imagine.
    No one pointed out that we’re managing to compete without the investment of a sugar Sheikh.

    • caveman October 23, 2017 at 9:33 am

      And the hoodoo, have the media stopped milking the hoodoo. Fucking marvellous to be a Spurs supporter today.

      • Camus October 23, 2017 at 9:57 am

        No doubt John Cross will emerge from his lair today with some utter tripe like “Arsenal put Spurs in the shade by hitting 5 while Spurs scrape past unlucky Liverpool.”

    • Harry Hotspur October 23, 2017 at 9:36 am

      “No one pointed out that we’re managing to compete without the investment of a sugar Sheikh.”

      It’s quite a relief that our squad all play in exchange for time expired bags of boiled sweets from the Spur Shop, eh? 😆

      • Camus October 23, 2017 at 9:58 am

        Haha, indeed!

  • Lord Croker October 23, 2017 at 9:20 am

    ‘Liverpool suck badly because it’s self inflicted. The ‘pity me’ routine just got shut down. Live on TV.’

    And the ex red-pundits and whole Liverpool FC love in circus hate it.

  • Ufluckinplic October 23, 2017 at 9:18 am

    https://youtu.be/U3AItA7mQlE

    Posted this on the last blog, latest time lapse of the new stadium. Skip forward to 2 mins and you can see how it is coming along. Very impressive stadium we’ll have 😎

  • caveman October 23, 2017 at 9:12 am

    Wembley is now home. Doesn’t matter for how long, we’re arrived.

  • caveman October 23, 2017 at 9:10 am

    Such an enjoyable game. Loved looking at Klopps face, he’s an actor and a fraud and it was exposed yesterday.

  • East Stand October 23, 2017 at 9:06 am

    Turds.

  • Freund or Foe October 23, 2017 at 9:02 am

    I’m just gutted that only 3000 Pooh fans got to see it, we should have upped their allowance.

    • Ufluckinplic October 23, 2017 at 9:04 am

      It was all Nilly could handle Freundy

      • Freund or Foe October 23, 2017 at 9:10 am

        Lock up your bins.