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I've not read about it here, but has the topic come up there, of Klopp being the national team's coach?
I'd say even if they score first, Atletico would still fancy themselves to get a chance at goal. That is unless Barca scores then chooses a precautionary approach to the remainder of the match.
Same here; with modern football heavily influenced by money rather than loyalty, a player can say one thing to the press, then do the other immediately after. But like you said Klopp fits into the category of one those whose character you really believe in.
Joke aside, they seriously sucked. Fenerbahce didn't have the roster brought together to dominate or anything. It was a weird season in which pretty much every team resigned from the early stages. There is an immense gap between the top three and the rest, too, more noticeable than it has been in recent times. Turkish football seems to have taken yet another step back.
Well in Spain you have a similar situation. Only England has a more balanced league.
I mean overall table-wise, it doesn't look that much different from the English league but there seems be huge gaps between the top positions to the rest; most 10points+ gaps. The english league has been particularly impressive this year. Long gone are the seasons when teams like Chelsea conceded less than 10 goals for the whole season or lost less than 5 games. Everyone can be beaten, it makes for an amazing neutral experience.