“Success of Jurgen Klopp The rate in the European finals is 20% (P5 W1, L4). “ James Smith said. “Are there any managers with worse records who have played similar numbers of European finals?”
Yes, the simple answer is that Liverpool managers have won 4 wins and 1 win in the Champions League.And remember, you have to reach so many finals in the first place This is also taken into account. To Dirk Mars: “Crop was comparable to Marcello Lippi’s feat during his spell with Juventus in the 1990s and 2000s, while Arsene Wenger and Ektorraul were three at major Uefa club competitions. It was left empty-handed from the finals of the round. “
Wenger is the champion of the 0% club. He is the only coach to lose the final in all three Uefa traditional tournaments. Cup Winners Cup with Monaco (lost to Werder Bremen in 1992), Champions League with Arsenal (lost to Barcelona in 2006) and Uefa Cup (lost to Galatasaray in 2000). As for Cooper, he lost to Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the Champions League finals against Valencia in 2000 and 2001, respectively. The Argentines also faced Real Mallorca in the 1999 Cup Winners’ Cup final, defeating Chelsea in the semi-finals and then losing to Lazio 2-1.
Dirk can add another eight managers who have lost both of Uefa’s major finals. His name is well known, but some are less well known.
Albert Bateau (Lance, European Cup 1956 and 1959)
Scott Simon (Rangers, Cup Winners’ Cup 1961 and 1967)
Chest Meal Vikparek (Juventus, Fairs Cup 1971 and EC 1973)
Georg Keßler (AZ Alkmaar, Uefa Cup 1981; Cologne, UC 1986)
Otto Baric (Rapid Vienna, CWC 1985; Salzburg, UC 1994)
Roy Hodgson (Inter, UC 1997; Fulham, Europa League 2010)
Jorge Jesus (Benfica, EL 2013 and 2014)
Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus, CL 2015 and 2017)
It’s never too late
“Who was the oldest player signed for the first time by the club they supported as a kid?” Tweeted Bevan McCabe.
“Steve Claridge joined Portsmouth at the age of 32,” said Edward Reynolds. “He became a player manager at the age of 34 in 2000, so he could also be one of the youngest managers to lead his home club.”
“I offer Chris Waddle, a Sunderland boyhood fan. He signed with Black Cats in March 1997 at 36 years and 3 months,” wrote Chris Charlton Matthews. increase. “He played seven games, was involved in all the goals Sunderland scored for the rest of the season, and won the free kick belt in the last game at Roker Park. Sadly, I still. It’s not enough to keep us up, but we have the privilege of seeing the Master at work. “
Richard Powell tells Paul Jones: “When he signed the Liverpool emergency loan agreement in January 2004, he was 36 years and 8 months old.” It was easy. Opportunity to play in Liverpool – I don’t care if it’s a match. I won’t do it, “Jones said in 2020. In the end, it was two, but he beat Aston Villa 1-0 and kept a clean seat in Anfield.
There are also two Manchester United keeper. Tom Heaton made his first team debut in December 2021 as his replacement at the age of 35 and made his first appearance on the Academy side at the age of 14. Lee Grant also made his United debut as a substitute and was 35 when he made his full debut. In November 2019, at 36 years and 10 months, his “fulfilling his boyhood dreams”.
But wait – Jackhart has an even older outfielder debut. “Teddy Sheringham signed with West Ham in 2004 at 38 years and 3 months.” A veteran striker scored 21 championship goals to help Hammer return to the top flight. “I was very happy to have the opportunity to play in a boyhood club, even if it was probably past the best,” he said.
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Continental Trophy Only
“Tammy Abraham has won the Champions League, Super Cup and Europa Conference League, but no top player in the country.itles “ Rob Loshaw says. “Which player has the most continental titles without national titles?”
“Abraham will be in Juan Mata (1 Champions League, 2 Europa League), Dino Baggio (3 UEFA Cups), and Cork (3 Europa League),” wrote Chai of Atlanta. “Two players take this achievement one step further. Spain’s midfielder Vicente Iborra was part of Sevilla’s third consecutive Europa League in 2013-16 and regained the trophy at Villarreal. Also, Argentine midfielder Everbanega won the Coparibertadores at the Boca Juniors before winning the three Europa Leagues at Sevilla, but both players still won the national league. not.”
However, if you are looking for a player who has won 3 Wrong Continental Steven Gerrard (Champions League, UEFA Cup, Super Cup) is the only Abraham feat companion in the country’s top untitled trophies. If you narrow it down to continental trophies and there are no domestic trophies (FA Cup, League Cup, Coppa Italia, etc.), Abraham may be himself.
Last week, Nigel Spink was added to the list of cup final debuts.Tim Holt (and others) contacted to point out that Aston Villa’s biggest night was actually a young keeper’s night. The second The appearance of the club. “He started for the first time on Boxing Day in 1979 and scored two goals after losing to then-European champion Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest.” Spink had his second chance in the 1982 European Cup final. I had to wait another two and a half years.
“Have your husband and wife been sent off in the same match?” In 2010 Steve Turner wondered.
Certainly they have. In December 1999, Bristol Rovers played against Oxford United in the Southwest Women’s Combination League. In the middle of the match, Oxford players seemed to be handling the ball, but the referee did not move. The lively Mandy Gornicki Bond protested fiercely, and she was immediately shown a red card, even though she claimed that her remarks were not directed at her officials.
This decision infuriated the manager of Rover’s, who happened to be Mandy’s husband, Bill. Angry at the perceived injustice, he stepped onto the pitch to confront the officials. Bill, a police officer and class 1 referee, later claimed she wasn’t abusive, but he was also sent to the stand.
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“Have you ever played an Elton John song on Luton’s Kenilworth Road, knowing your love for Watford?” Edward Jones wonders.
“Is Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale the most expensive and unused substitute ever in the Europa League final?” Asks Albert in Vienna.
“Andreas Weimann scored his first Austrian national team goal with France at the age of 30 last week,” said Neil McBay. “Are there any players who were older when they broke the international duck?”
“Is League Two returnee Grimsby the first team to be promoted in the playoffs and lagging behind in every match?” Asks Mike Slattery.