Today, I have been mostly reading about Jurgen Klopp.
Jurgen Klopp the logical hire for Liverpool job
The Liverpool Offside Roundtable: Where Did It All Go Wrong for Brendan Rodgers?
Liverpool has big problems that a manager can't solve
Juventus 2-1 Dortmund: Juve bypass the midfield press for both goals
Dortmund 0-3 Juventus: deep defending and quick countering
Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action
What I'm reading, on the heels of a fantasy gameweek that saw me jump into the top 3K places despite having sold the player who scored five goals and was the leading choice for everyone's coffee cup (that's the captaincy for everyone not making jokes based on old AOL Instant Messanger icons).
Six things we learned from Norwich City’s narrow loss to Leicester
EPSN FC Tactics & Analysis Blog
When replacing Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool need to think weird
Should Jurgen Klopp replace Brendan Rodgers?
Southampton Were Never Bad
Some of what I'm reading this week, heading into the eighth round of Premier League action.
The Movement of Strikers in Mauricio Pochettino’s Tactics
Frisking the Fixtures – Gameweek 8 – The Strong
Frisking the Fixtures – Gameweek 8 – The Weak
Premier League Weekend Predictions & Tips
The Bargain Hunter - Week 8
Anthony Martial's success at Manchester United proves Arsene Wenger is stuck in the past
Fantasy Premier League Rankings: Gameweek 8
FPL Scout Extra Differential: Erik Lamela
Arsenal need to make one big change to win the Premier League
PL Predictions GW 8
One bonus article from the continent:
Pep Guardiola’s evolution unlocks the brilliance of Robert Lewandowski
"Sport has the power to change the world…it has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than government in breaking down racial barriers."YouTube and a host of sporting institutions and stars are joining together to promote equality on the occasion of LGBT Pride month and the World Cup. We are at an inflection point in LGBT awareness and rights, and it's good to see our soccer/football community taking the lead in normalizing sexuality and gender identity of all types.
-- Nelson Mandela
posted by Jeremy Spitzberg on Tuesday, June 03, 2014
... or, Just Higuain Around. A one-act play in three part.
Me: Thought this would be of interest to you:
Co-worker: Argentina's away jersey this year is ugly.
Me: It looks better on paper. Much like their team in general.
... and, scene. Thank you.
Not bad for someone who, as far as I know*, has only ever scored one goal. Albeit this one:
* I know. I know.
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Cheers - Neal
Cheers - Neal
posted by Neal Thurman on Wednesday, October 12, 2011