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3 minutes ago, Beighton Owl 87 said:

Its funny that klopp has publicly slated wilder about his objections to increasing to five subs but why has he singled wilder out? There must be others who didn't agree to it too.

Just what I was thinking.  I can’t stand Wilder but I agree with his stance.  He’s  got to look out what’s best for them, as have other managers without the squad depth of the big boys.  
 

I can only imagine something came out when they were all on this call that peed Klopp off.  
 

Last season, Wilder was blowing smoke up Klopp and Liverpool after their games.  

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6 minutes ago, markg said:

Cant stand klopp or wilder. Both all jokey and everyone's best mate until they lose 

 

Yep, no manager likes losing but there seems a real mardyness and lack of self admission from those. 2. The hammering at Villa was brilliant as Klopp literally had nowhere to go with it. 

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1 minute ago, hirstyboywonder said:

 

Yep, no manager likes losing but there seems a real mardyness and lack of self admission from those. 2. The hammering at Villa was brilliant as Klopp literally had nowhere to go with it. 

My personal fav was the very real grudge he held against West Brom after people ridiculed him and Liverpool for their post-match celebration after a draw with the Baggies. 

 

West Brom got relegated a couple of years back, but they managed to draw with Liverpool at the Hawthorns. Klopp, clearly irritated again by them, blamed the pitch and said it would be good for "Championship football" next season. 

 

So petty. 

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Thing is, I can't see them having many better opportunities this season to win a game. West Brom are poor and Shef U had several good chances to score. 

 

The fact they've ended up losing (again) and not scored (again), is pretty damming. 

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Just now, SiJ said:

Thing is, I can't see them having many better opportunities this season to win a game. West Brom are poor and Shef U had several good chances to score. 

 

The fact they've ended up losing (again) and not scored (again), is pretty damming. 

Hilarious too. 

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Funny how because they played quite well today some of them are saying that they're going to give somebody a real hammering soon.

 

Forgetting that they won't get to play teams as poor as WBA very often, who were dógshit. And still beat them. 

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5 minutes ago, alanharper said:

Funny how because they played quite well today some of them are saying that they're going to give somebody a real hammering soon.

 

Forgetting that they won't get to play teams as poor as WBA very often, who were dógshit. And still beat them. 

Quite. 

 

They lost to a glorified Championship team. 

 

 

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Watched the game, West Brom were really poor, point in second half where they didn’t even attempt to cover the overload on the right wing....shocked they didn’t manage to score. They have not scored more than once in a game since beating Chelsea 3-0 in the middle of July - that makes it very hard to get anything when you are not able to keep clean sheets either.

 

Best hope for us is that Prince sacks him and replaces with a foreign unknown....

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Not just our fans enjoying their failure -

 

Whatever it takes

22:46

Chesterfield Fan

Not in peace

Thank you West Brom and every other team that’s beaten the blades

If you lived near Sheffield you know they are the worst fans ever for moaning and they genuinely think they are a massive club !!

1 point from a possible 30 !!!

Love it !!! 😂😂😂😉

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Tell you what lads, anyone who wants them to go out of business is batshit crazy. Far too much comedy value in that lot.

 

With a bit of luck they'll set a new low points record for the EPL and then next season follow it up with a double relegation. 

 

Also would not be too surprised if the Wild one walks before he gets sacked.

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1 hour ago, SiJ said:

My personal fav was the very real grudge he held against West Brom after people ridiculed him and Liverpool for their post-match celebration after a draw with the Baggies. 

 

West Brom got relegated a couple of years back, but they managed to draw with Liverpool at the Hawthorns. Klopp, clearly irritated again by them, blamed the pitch and said it would be good for "Championship football" next season. 

 

So petty. 

Showed his true colours. Seriously bitter bloke. 

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1 minute ago, Utah Owl said:

Tell you what lads, anyone who wants them to go out of business is batching crazy. Far too much comedy value in that lot.

 

With a bit of luck they'll set a new low points record for the EPL and then next season follow it up with a double relegation. 

 

Also would not be too surprised if the Wild one walks before he gets sacked.

I said the same.

 

As bad as their start has been, they’re still in touch with the teams above. 
 

The Prince has got a big decision to make. The longer you leave it to make a decision, the less time there is to put a run together and get out of the fire.

 

Wilder has 3 games left before he’s sacked. He may just walk away. ‘Never been sacked’.  😴😴

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