Oct 22, 2022 -- 6:14PM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
Can't compete with teams buying 15-18 players.Klopp has done the job, but how can they stay aheadof man city long term?Same as Arsenal and just about anybody elsethese days, win an odd title, qualify champs leagueand you are performing.Pep... Hold my beer
Yep, the likes of Liverpool have got no chance long term. They got lucky in finding the knack of scouting the right players before most others but they're all catching up now and copying their methods. When you add in City and Newcastle's spending power then it's inevitable they will be fighting for titles over the next couple of decades while the supporting cast will get lucky and have spells, sort of like how Benitez did v well at Valencia while both Barca and Real were in a slump. It'll only ever be temporary.
Oct 23, 2022 -- 10:45PM, mesmerised wrote:
ffs United have had manager after manager after manager, each one wearing the clothes of the previous one, no stability, no time to mould the club into their own shape, Arsenal moved onto Emery then Arteta, the time and the money factor doesn't compare to Klopp's who's been afforded time and money, he can be compared directly to Pep, similar amounts of time charge, huge sums of money spent, 1 title in 8 years is a poor return, they should have won more, they already proved they could compete on the pitch for the last few years, but as said before, Pep kept edging him whilst picking up a bucket load of cups. Klopp fanboys need to reign it in.
How is it Klopp's problem that other teams have changed manager?
The fact remains Citeh are state owned & have unlimited funds at their disposal.
You've even said Pep is a cheque book manager.
Give it up mes.