Jürgen Klopp Showing His True Leadership Skills
It's easy to forget how good the German is
I don't always follow football press conferences as I tend to find them dull, full of boring questions and safe answers. If anything interesting emerges, I'll hear about it.
But catching up on what Jürgen Klopp has been saying lately, in the midst of a mini slump within a season of mini slumps, proved more than worthwhile.
And catching a few clips from the latest press conference, I was reminded of what a brilliant communicator he is, and the aura he projects. And it showed that yes, he can see all the problems, and they are being addressed, where possible. He’s been frank, honest and explained with clarity about how they’re trying to rectify things.
After I hit publish on Saturday I felt a bit concerned that I'd gone in too hard on my post-match analysis on the Main Hub, before later reading Jürgen Klopp saying it's the worst he can remember any of his sides playing.
Even if he was slightly exaggerating, it needed saying. (Someone like Roy Hodgson would have said it was utopia to only lose 3-0 to Brighton, for instance.)
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