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21 Sep 2018 12:03:38
Hi Eds,

Long time lurker, fist time poster.

I've just read reports about Klopp declining an amazon documentary. Personally I think it was a good move to turn it down but I'm sure you could offer some better insights into whether a documentary would be a positive or negative thing for the club? I certainly could see a documentary improving exposure and marketing opportunities, but I also see why Klopp would feel it could be a disturbance.

Would love to hear one of the Eds thoughts on activities like these.

Also thanks for all the top quality insights I get to read everyday :)


{Ed002's Note - All access fly-on-the-wall documentaries have been made about many sporting clubs including (off the top of my head) the New Orleans Saints, Manchester City, Sunderland, French World Cup squad, Seattle Mariners, Liverpool, Gillingham and I am sure many others. Typically they have no real impact and certainly there would be no new marketing opportunities arising as they are simply snapshots in time. People quickly forget - as an example. I have not seen any comments on this site about the Liverpool documentary since it aired.}

1.) 21 Sep 2018 15:51:14
Glad Klopp rejected it. The Man City one is absolutely cringeworthy. I remember Rodgers agreed to one as well and it was utterly embarrassing.

2.) 21 Sep 2018 16:45:05
The portrait of Brendan in Brendan’s house still sticks in the memory 🙈.

{Ed002's Note - Do you think Klipperty kept the painting when he started renting the house?}

3.) 21 Sep 2018 17:01:31
Klopp found 12 Snickers under the master bedroom pillow the day he moved in.

4.) 21 Sep 2018 18:12:37
Thanks Ed's002, have a good evening :)

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome - and you enjoy your evening as well.}

5.) 21 Sep 2018 20:46:46
Can't help but think that Rogers calling out and embarrassing Sterling in front of the cameras was the beginning of the end for him at LFC.

6.) 21 Sep 2018 21:48:43
And dental floss, Benny.

7.) 22 Sep 2018 07:49:32
Definitely found his whitening toothpaste.




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18 Feb 2019 15:52:22
100% agree. Getting Milner on a free was a masterstroke. Keeping him at the club would really help the youth players develop. I remember the Eds mentioning imagine what Xabi could have taught to the youngsters coming through had Liverpool resigned him.





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18 Dec 2018 14:00:16
Hope he comes back strong! The Ox was playing out of his mind just before he got injured. First name on the team sheet for me in the latter half of the season. I really questioned Klopp signing him but he made me eat my words pretty quickly! A midfield of Ox, Keita and Fab would be unreal with all of them playing well.




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21 Sep 2018 18:12:37
Thanks Ed's002, have a good evening :)


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06 Aug 2018 13:55:17

That is a really interesting question, maybe I can offer some limited insights

I doubt the Myers Briggs is used in player selection. Personality assessments are okay but not great in terms of their accuracy. However, I do think they can offer some good insights into team makeups. They are often used as a measure of organizational fit.

P. S If I remember correctly the Myers Briggs is a pretty poor assessment of personality. Some companies out there who do psychometric assessment use Barnum statements which are very generic and widely applicable statements which give the feeling of accuracy when in fact these tools are very poor.