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Klopp's Liverpool FC

Indlæg af Niels K » onsdag, 12. feb, 2020 11:45

Jeg tænker, at det skal have sin egen tråd, hvor vi kan skrive om alle rekorder, pokaler, statistikker mv., da dette ser ud til at blive en æra, der vil gå over i historien for vores magiske klub:

Debunking the ‘weak’ Premier League myth as Liverpool surge to the title

Liverpool are head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League this season, but their position is by no means due to the top flight’s lack of quality or competitiveness.

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2020/02/d ... the-title/

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Dette kan passende ligge i denne tråd også ;)

This Is Anfield – The history of Liverpool’s famous sign

Three different versions throughout Liverpool’s history have adorned the Anfield walls, but all held the same message: This Is Anfield.

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2020/02/t ... n-history/

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Niels K skrev:
onsdag, 12. feb, 2020 11:45
Jeg tænker, at det skal have sin egen tråd, hvor vi kan skrive om alle rekorder, pokaler, statistikker mv., da dette ser ud til at blive en æra, der vil gå over i historien for vores magiske klub:

Debunking the ‘weak’ Premier League myth as Liverpool surge to the title

Liverpool are head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League this season, but their position is by no means due to the top flight’s lack of quality or competitiveness.

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2020/02/d ... the-title/
De der forsøger at devaluere vores præstationer i denne sæson med at ligaen er "svag" må i hvert fald, hvis de skal tages den mindste smule seriøst, lige forklare hvordan det hænger sammen med, at stort set alle hold fra den "svage" Premier League klarer sig godt i CL og EL. Skyldes det mon at alle de andre europæiske ligaer er blevet ENDNU svagere end PrL? :dontknow:
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Indlæg af YNWA96 » onsdag, 12. feb, 2020 20:30

Play well - win
Play badly - win
Home - win
Away - win
Miss chances - win
Take chances - win
Score early - win
Score late - win
VAR for - win
VAR against - win
Level on points - win
22 points clear - win
Play first XI - win
Rotate - win
Play the U23s - win
Don't turn up - win
:lol:

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8th October 2019

In numbers: Four years of Jürgen Klopp

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Four years ago today, a new era began at Liverpool Football Club as Jürgen Klopp was appointed as manager.

The German put pen to paper on his deal with the Reds on October 8, 2015 at a city centre hotel, beginning a fresh chapter in his career after successful managerial spells with Mainz and Borussia Dortmund in his homeland.

Klopp would take the helm for the first time nine days later – a goalless draw at Tottenham Hotspur – to start his Anfield tenure.

In total, the 52-year-old has presided over 221 matches as Liverpool boss, during which time his side registered a club-record 97 points in a single season and, of course, lifted the UEFA Champions League and Super Cup trophies.

To mark the anniversary, official LFC statistician Ged Rea has collated a range of facts and figures from Klopp’s four years as Liverpool manager…

517 - most consecutive minutes in all competitions without conceding a goal under Jürgen Klopp (February-March 2019).

458 - goals scored in all competitions under Jürgen - averaging 2.07 goals per game, the highest ratio by any Reds manager in the last 123 years.

320 - points won by Jürgen Klopp in the Premier League, from the 152 matches at an average of 2.11 per game.

221 - number of games played so far in the Klopp era in all competitions.

197 - Roberto Firmino has made most appearances for the club since Jürgen took charge.

197 - the number of games taken to manage his Liverpool team to 400 goals - faster than any other Reds boss.

146 - the number of games it took Jürgen to record 300 league points - the fewest games required by any Reds boss to reach the landmark.

92 - the number of wins recorded by Klopp in his first 150 league games in charge, more than any other Liverpool manager in history.

88 - clean sheets kept by Liverpool in all competitions since Klopp was appointed - the first coming against Tottenham in October 2015.

77 - the tally of goals scored by Liverpool's highest scorer under Klopp - Mohamed Salah.

68 - cup ties have been played by Liverpool (30 Champions League, 14 League Cup, 13 Europa League, 10 FA Cup, 1 European Super Cup) under the German.

67 - players used by the club during Klopp's 221-match tenure.

58.82 - the percentage of wins overseen by Jürgen Klopp in his four years at the helm (130 in 221 games) - a percentage bettered by only one previous manager, John McKenna (69.44).

53 - different teams Klopp has faced as Reds boss - he has beaten 50 of those.

49 - goals scored by Liverpool substitutes, with the most coming from Divock Origi (9).

44 - the average number of minutes between Liverpool goals (458 goals in 20,010 minutes).

43 - the number of occasions the Reds have scored four goals or more in a game.

39 - the number of times the most used centre-back pairing has been deployed with Joel Matip and Virgil van Dijk on the losing team only five times.

38 - the number of different Liverpool players to have scored under Klopp - Emre Can the first, Ki-Jana Hoever the latest to net for the first time.

37 - players have been given their Reds debut, with Connor Randall being the first and Sepp van den Berg the last.

22 - the winning score that the Reds have recorded most often is 2-1 (22 times).

21 - the average age of the youngest starting XI fielded by Klopp, and indeed, ever by Liverpool - against Plymouth in the FA Cup in January 2017 (21 years 296 days).

20 - the number of times Reds have come from behind to win a game in league and cup.

17 - successive league victories recorded under Jürgen Klopp (currently) - a best ever for the club.

15 - the quickest goal in seconds scored by a Liverpool player from the start of a game (Naby Keita against Huddersfield Town in April 2019).

14 - the number of different players to captain the team - Milner, Toure, Lucas, Henderson, Benteke, Allen, Enrique, Flanagan, Skrtel, Can, Coutinho, Mignolet, Lovren and Van Dijk.

14 - the number of teams Liverpool are unbeaten against in the Premier League under Jürgen Klopp.

8 - the current run of successive away league victories - the most ever by any Liverpool manager.

8 - the most consecutive victories recorded in a single calendar month by any Reds boss - December 2018.

5 - in 2019 he became the fifth German coach to win the European Cup/Champions League after Dettmar Cramer, Jupp Heynckes, Ottmar Hitzfeld and Udo Lattek.

1 - the first manager ever to take an English team to three European finals in his first three seasons of European competition.

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RECORDS ALREADY ACHIEVED

Consecutive wins

Liverpool went within one of the record when they won their first eight games this term to add to nine in a row at the end of last season's valiant title chase. A draw with Manchester United ended that run but they swiftly embarked on another and have a 100 per cent record in 18 games since 27 October.

Consecutive home wins

Their 21 successive victories at Anfield is a Premier League record, beating another City side from 2011-12, and equalled Liverpool's own all-time record in the English top flight. That was set under Bill Shankly's management in 1972 and could be surpassed with a win over Bournemouth on March 7.

Most assists for a defender

Positional designations can be hazy, and Manchester United's Antonio Valencia had 13 assists in a 2011-12 season in which he occasionally played at right-back before switching there later in his career, but Trent Alexander-Arnold's 12 assists matches his record tally from last season for a full-time member of the back line.

POSSIBLE RECORDS

Points in a season

City became the Premier League's first centurions two years ago, finishing with 100. Liverpool are on course to smash that, sitting on 79 with 11 games left, with a possible 112 on the cards. They need another 22 points, which could be achieved with eight more wins, to break the record.

Earliest title win


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If Liverpool win their next four games, regardless of second-placed City or anyone else's results, they will lock up the title with seven matches to spare - beating the record of five, which City's centurions share with the Manchester United side of 2000-01. Should City drop further points, the Reds could even win it sooner than that - possibly at the home of rivals Everton on 16 March.

Winning margin

Their current lead of 22 exceeds the Premier League's record winning margin, City's 19 points over United two years ago.

Most wins

Having won 26 out of 27 games this season, another seven from their remaining 11 games will take them past that City side's record of 32.

Unbeaten season

Only Arsenal in 2003-04 have ever gone through a Premier League season without losing. Liverpool can become the second "Invincibles" and have already recorded as many wins as Arsene Wenger's Gunners, who drew 12 games that season.

Longest unbeaten run

Arsenal extended their run to 49 games - Liverpool need six more to reach 50. Depending on their FA Cup commitments, they could equal the record against City on 5 April and bring up their half-century against Aston Villa a week later.

Consecutive manager of the month awards

If Klopp wins the February award he will match Guardiola's achievement of four in a row between September and December 2012. The German has won five of the six trophies awarded this season, a run interrupted only by Chelsea's Frank Lampard in October.

Consecutive Golden Boots

Only Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry have ever won the Premier League Golden Boot in three successive seasons - the latter with Arsenal from 2003-04 to 2005-06, while Shearer won the 1994-95 and 1995-96 prizes with Blackburn and the following year's with Newcastle. Mohamed Salah won the award in 2017-18 and shared last season's honour with team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - he is currently two behind Aubameyang and Leicester's Jamie Vardy, on 15 goals.

Fewest draws

A mere footnote, but just one draw so far keeps Chelsea's record of three, set in both 1997-98 and 2016-17, in sight.

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Two All-Time Records

“I never thought it would be broken or equalled,” Klopp told reporters after the game.

“We said at the start that we wanted to create history and write our own stories and the players have clearly taken that seriously.

“You are right the numbers are unbelievable, we know that it is special. We did it and I cannot believe it happened to be honest.”

Klopp’s reflection on two particular records matched on Monday night saw him break character to an extent: the steely, determined approach faded slightly, with the magnitude of Liverpool’s achievements clear.

With victory over West Ham, the Reds equalled Man City‘s record 18-game winning streak in the Premier League, set between August and December 2017.

And they also levelled the club’s own all-time English top-flight record of 21 consecutive victories at home, achieved by Bill Shankly’s side in 1972.


No wonder Klopp allowed himself to marvel at his side’s form: this is a best-ever season for Liverpool, and likely any club in history.

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Liverpool's Premier League unbeaten run ends: Where did it rank with greats ?

Liverpool's remarkable 3-0 defeat at Watford brought to an end of a 44-game unbeaten run in the Premier League - just five games short of Arsenal's top-flight record.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/51692518

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Fortress Anfield: Liverpool set incredible new top-flight home record

Liverpool’s victory over Bournemouth set a new top-flight record, with an astonishing 22 successive wins at Anfield now secured.

https://www.thisisanfield.com/2020/03/f ... me-record/

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