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Jurgen Klopp’s choreographed chaos and why Liverpool can thrive in 2018/19 30 Jul 2018 08:17 #9533

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Came across this Post in the Liverpool Blog Section; And being a "Bit of a Liverpool Fan" Just had to share It with you all; B)

Jurgen Klopp’s choreographed chaos and why Liverpool can thrive in 2018/19

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30 July 2018

Liverpool are heading into their fourth season under Jurgen Klopp, and Gareth Bell believes the pieces are in place for it to be the most enjoyable yet.

The 2018 World Cup in Russia was undoubtedly one of the most entertaining in living memory.
A month of chaotic, carefree football, with no shortage goals, gaffes and epidemic levels of goalmouth grappling (otherwise known as Acute Skrtel Syndrome).
Had the curtain fallen immediately after Iran full-back Milad Mohammadi attempted that front-flip throw-in against Spain, it still would’ve been a more entertaining spectacle than much of the risk-averse dross that has been served up at international level in recent years.

And yet despite all the Gazprom-sponsored, Putin-approved intrigue, I felt like I was watching it through a fog, the likes of which even Gareth’s likeable lads couldn’t disperse. And it’s all Jurgen Klopp’s fault.

As Liverpool fans we have been spoilt down the years, becoming accustomed to watching teams swagger their way to silverware with inimitable style.
Watching Liverpool has always been a different experience to watching football in general. But watching Klopp’s Liverpool is something else altogether.

Watching this team is like throwing your Subbuteo set in the washing machine on a spin cycle—a vortex of frenetic, pulsating, hypnotic activity.

It is football viewed through a kaleidoscope; boiled down to a syrup; the modern game dismembered and reassembled using only the adrenal gland and the bollocks.

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