Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool FC will meet Slaven Bilic’s West Ham in 4th round of the FA Cup. It’s their third meeting this season, with Bilic having already done the double over Klopp in the Premier League.
Both managers have quickly been typecast into one dimensional caricatures of themselves. Louis van Gaal the meticulous, expressionless professor, who cares more about possession than winning. Jurgen Klopp the lively metal-head, who just wants to see an attacking game, defence be damned. The reality is that both of them are amongst the best managers in the world, who are simply struggling to get the best out of the limited resources at their disposal. This game comes at a time when both are having to manage under-performing players and over-expectant fans at the same time.
In the transfer market, there’s 3 types of signings: the do’s, the don’ts, and the ones you sign only if you absolutely have to. Here's a look at how Klopp is taking the right approaching to this transfer market.
Liverpool FC’s match against Exeter City in the 3rd round of the FA Cup sounds like a straight-forward enough affair on paper, seeing how Exeter City are a team sitting 11 points above the relegation zone of Football League 2. But the reality is far more complex. Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side have been hit by an unprecedented number of injuries, leaving his options threadbare.
Liverpool FC fans will be hoping for a win after having lost their last Premier League game against a Newcastle United. But Jurgen Klopp's side will find it really tough to break down Tony Pulis' West Brom side.
Liverpool have won 5 and drawn 2 of their last 7 meetings with Swansea City. With Garry Monk's side in poor form, Jurgen Klopp will hope his team will win their third game in a row.
Liverpool FC face Bordeaux FC in this Europa League clash at Anfield.
Liverpool FC players and fans alike would be all too aware of their woeful record against Crystal Palace in recent times. The Eagles have won three out of their last five face-offs, with one draw as well. Who can forget the painful farewell game of Steven Gerrard, a match that ended with a 3-1 scoreline. And before that, in 2013-14 season, Crystal Palace produced an outstanding fight-back to go from 3-0 to 3-3, and put a nail in Liverpool’s title challenge.
Heavy Metal Football has arrived at Anfield. Owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have outdone themselves, pulling off what is the club’s biggest managerial signing of the Premier League era. A look at the tactics and line-ups one can expect under Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool FC’s first big challenge of the season presents itself, in the form of a trip to the Emirates. Here's 3 pointers for Brendan Rodgers on how to get a win against Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.