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24 Sep 2019 18:50:52
Any of the eds know if it is it true that klopp has added Vitor Matos to the coaching staff?

{Ed001's Note - seems to be yes. Unless he has a change of heart.}

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24 Sep 2019 20:28:49
Who is he?

24 Sep 2019 21:27:47
Was Porto U23 Assistant Coach. Or it could be the Michelin Star chef.

24 Sep 2019 23:58:02
If I've found the right one, then he's the U23 Assistant Coach at FC Porto. Specialist in the "Tactical Periodization methodology" in coaching/ training. Which "focuses on the training process as a teaching-learning process based on a chaotic-systemic reality that differs from others’ classical approaches. "

Silly me, who thought football was all about kicking a ball and running after it.

25 Sep 2019 15:21:20
The more I hear from pep ljinders the more he sounds like Rodgers he's got all the phrases and buzzwords under the sun but is he a b.s. merchant? The Porto u23 guy sounds like something pep would be involved with as he came from there and would probably know or have recommended the guy. And his job title or specialised subject sounds like more bs.

25 Sep 2019 15:57:38
So full of bs that klopp trusts ljinders with his life by the seems of things.

25 Sep 2019 16:57:22
it will be interesting to see how quickly this matos addition will stir back up the ruben neves rumors.

25 Sep 2019 17:39:19
If Pep is full of b. s., it's good quality b. s. that's working. The kind you can turn into fuel.

Record since Pep came on board as number 2: one of the best teams of the PL era, European champions.

To me new coach suggests not only Ruben Neves - and several other Portuguese players - but that Pep is taking more control.

And btw, the b. s. is based on the New Zealand All Blacks philosophy. It means players have to learn to solve problems on the field, because a match unfolds in an unpredictable manner. It has worked out pretty well for them.

25 Sep 2019 18:02:40
What’s impressive about Klopp’s management is that he is very open minded to new ideas, particularly at his age when many people shut off their minds to change.

25 Sep 2019 19:26:03
Interesting information Red67, thanks for sharing! Makes me think about the Wijnaldum goal against Cardiff last season, the players spotted the opportunity and felt empowered by the management to make a tactical decision.

26 Sep 2019 16:11:19
What’s impressive about Klopp’s management is that he is very open minded to new ideas, particularly at his age
He is only 52 . we are young and full of life at this young age .
Also he is a scientist, and us scientists always looking for new ways to improve something or introduce something.

28 Sep 2019 10:09:21
I don't see the connection between this coach and bringing in Ruben Névés. Because they're both Portuguese? How many German players have been brought in since Klopp became our manager?

04 Oct 2019 09:19:36
Jezza, you seem to not grasp the diff. btw someone who is very measured in his words with one who is a snake oil salesman. Pep (cos I have seen him speak in his pressers) is very calm, logical, candid and knowledgeable about the stuff he talks about. You can tell with the words he uses. He does not make crazy, outrageous, WTF-like statements that sound dumb to everyone else than himself, something BR was very good at esp. when he was under pressure. Check his post game comments after we lost 6-1 to Stoke and see for yourself.

BR was so pathetic in the media that I remember Ed02 saying that even the club were embarrassed and had to reel him in at times. BR at the time, only seemed to care about his image and how he came off to the media YET could coach a defence to to defend a mere set piece. Comparing Pep is BR in the regard, is rubbish esp. if he is Klopp's most trusted assistant and per Ed01, a fav. to take over from Klopp when he leaves (my pick as well) .



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