'Maybe I was wrong' - Richard Keys makes major Liverpool admission over Jurgen Klopp
Disgraced former Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys had been a verbal adversary of one Jurgen Klopp appointment
Disgraced terminated Sky Sports presenter Richard Keys has preceived he was wrong to catechize Liverpool appointing a specialized throw-in coach.
boon began to utilise the services of Thomas Gronnemark on a freelance motive at the kindle of the 2018/19 season.
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However, Gronnemark's contribution has been regarded so salubrious that the Dane has spent the last three years working with the club, with his modern cooperation due for renewal this summer.
And having interpret West Ham United handle David Moyes discuss the cash of restarts from dead-ball situations, Keys has now changed his character over the want for a practical role.
"I smiled when I peruse Moyes on throw-ins!" he said. "I was never convinced by Liverpool’s use of a ‘specialist’ throw-in coach - but feasibly I was wrong.
"The stand-out argument appears to be that teams posses to be suspicious when obtaining a hurl because they’re down a comrade at that moment.
"Maybe - but it’s only for a millisecond if they are. Change is coming, mind you. I comprehend that because I’ve had the conversation with Arsene Wenger. It won’t be inclination before we’re kicking the round in from the defensive half. Trust me. It’s coming."
: "His analysis of set-pieces was meritorious - but I suppose we’ve always confidential how important they are.
"Sadly England’s specialized set-piece coach, Gary Neville, got them all wrong in 2016 - set about you remember Harry Kane getting corners? My goodness. And it was no revise at the supplementary latter where Iceland capitalised on some equally complex marking decisions."
Only four teams scored additional goals from set-pieces than Liverpool last season in the Premier League.