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Jürgen Klopp : "Who doesn't like a bit of Iron Maiden?"
So Foot21/10/2019 à 12:35

Jürgen Klopp : "Who doesn't like a bit of Iron Maiden?"

Not too long ago, the world of football was divided in two categories. Pep Guardiola's worshipers on one side, and José Mourinho's on the other. Then, Jurgen Klopp introduced the notions of Gegenpressing, heavy metal football or "high-intensity sprints" to the everyday language of football pundits, as he became the only manager on the planet capable of truly rivaling with the Manchester City coach. Loved by his players, adored by his supporters but also by his successive board members (he has only managed three clubs in 18 years, and has never been sacked), the New Balance ambassador has finally shared the secrets of his methods. The management methods which have enabled Liverpool to reclaim their place as one of Europe's very best clubs.

You didn't win the Premier League last season despite racking up 97 points, but you did win the Champions League. Are you excited by the idea that there is still something else to win or, to the contrary, are you worried about the players losing some of their appetite based on that huge European success?
I don't think we're in a situation where we can allow ourselves to choose. This season, we're going to try to win what we can. I don't need to constantly check that my players are fully focused. We make swift judgements on a daily basis, which isn't good. It's a possibility that they will need a small reminder at a certain point of the season and I'll do what's necessary if that's the case. That doesn't say anything about the players' character or desire. We are human beings and we all have weaknesses. When life is too easy, you sit back. Life isn't easy for my players. During their holidays, everyone went up to them to congratulate them, then the league was quickly back underway. We played Norwich in our opening game and you forget everything that's been said to you because although not the most glamorous side in the world, we were up against a very strong outfit. Even though we won 4-1, it was still a wake-up call. It was a reminder of the demands and a case of back to reality straight away in the first match, so I don't need to judge how motivated my players are after winning the Champions League. The environment dictates their duties, starting with the match against Norwich in August.

"The emotions you feel when you've just won a game isn't something
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