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Klopp Actually

Author : Laura Lexx
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A hilarious diary of married life with the sensible, no-nonsense man of all our dreams: Jürgen Klopp, from critically-acclaimed comedian and Twitter sensation Laura Lexx. Inspired by the viral tweet: 'If I ever met Jürgen Klopp I'd say "omg if we have a baby we should call it Klipp" just so he'd raise an eyebrow at me and tell me I'm a moron and I'd be so naked by the time he'd finished doing that...' In these uncertain times we all need a coping mechanism. And Laura Lexx has found the obvious one - imagining life married to the sensible, no-nonsense man of our dreams, Jürgen Klopp. She thinks maybe he has something to do with football? More importantly, he definitely knows how to efficiently stack a dishwasher and would tell you honestly if you were being unreasonable about a colleague. From job interviews to furniture shopping in IKEA to making a birthday cake for their daughter, Klipp, Klopp Actually is a hilarious, warm and deeply silly diary of life with everyone's favourite baseball-cap-wearing, bespectacled German football manager. 'I shiver, my skin breaking out into tiny goosebumps. "Are you cold?" He whispers, his lips brushing my ear, making the fine hairs ripple. "A little." I grin, pressing against his thigh. He runs a hand down the curve of my spine... "You should put a jumper on."' 'I'd LOVE to read a whole book of Laura's funny, clever, sweet imagination . . . it made me laugh a huge amount!' Marian Keyes 'Laura is so funny and I can't wait to read this book and I hope it isn't awkward when I *actually* marry Jürgen Klopp' Sara Pascoe 'It's rare to find brilliant new talent, rarer still to discover it on twitter but Laura's thread on Klopp was my highlight of the year. I cannot wait to see what she does in book form. I shall devour it. A great shining comedic talent' Emma Kennedy (P)2020 Hodder & Stoughton Limited


Author : Laura Lexx
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'A heart-warming, joyous and assured debut novel about friendship that put me in mind of Kay Mellor at her funnies' RICHARD HERRING 'Takes you inside the minds of a brilliant group of characters at very different stages of life. A gripping, witty, very human read' MARK WATSON Sometimes life throws you a curveball . . . 58-year-old Jackie Douglas thinks she has everything she wants - kids, grandchildren, and a comfortable retirement with her husband, Steve. Until one afternoon she comes home to find Steve packing a bag and her comfortable life suddenly moves out of bounds. Her best friend Ros, a law firm boss with an appetite for life, laughter and (just the right amount of) wine, immediately leaps in to help Jackie back to her feet but soon finds herself feeling second best to Jackie's other priorities. Their barmaid/friend/wine protégé Jay is back home with her mum at nearly 30. Brilliant. After losing her job in London she's returned, working in the pub job she thought she'd left behind at 18. In tipsy search of something - anything - new, they wind up the leaders of a ramshackle, barely functional netball team: The Skids. Facing confusing exes, divorce, betrayals, financial woes and more, Jackie, Ros and Jay are about to discover that finding your team might just be the key to turning things around... 'Refreshing, hilarious and really uplifting - I fell in love with Jackie, Ros and the rest of the squad - and everyone else will too' HELLY ACTON, author of The Shelf 'The book we need at the moment - a joyous celebration of female friendship and midlife. And as a netball player, I really did enjoy the attention to comic detail . . . Hilarious' CAROLINE CORCORAN, author of Five Days Missing 'Hugely uplifting, enjoyable fun, I fell in love with the Skids!' DAISY BUCHANAN, author of Careering

Klopp V Overlade

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At the End of the Storm

Author : James Pearce
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A collection of articles from the writers of The Athletic detailing Liverpool F.C.’s 2019–2020 championship season. As Liverpool ended their thirty-year wait to be crowned champions of England, they were followed by their equivalent from the world of sports writing: a team of elite talents, assembled to leave all competition trailing in their wake. This is the story of Liverpool’s title win in the longest season, as told by the writers of The Athletic, with their blend of inside access and expert analysis; great ideas and beautiful writing. Articles include profiles of each of Liverpool’s title winners by their former youth team coaches; Oliver Kay watches Sadio Mane score against Manchester City in the company of the striker’s family, in his hometown in Senegal; James Pearce spends 90 minutes analysing Virgil van Dijk; plus there are exclusive interviews with Jurgen Klopp, and the club’s US owners. Read the stories behind a unique and historical season from a team of writers every bit as good as the footballers they were following.


Author : Uli Hesse
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‘without question the most entertaining historical football book ever written’ – The Guardian ‘In Hesse’s capable hands, the history of German football seems more entertaining, unpredictable and scandal-infested than England’s’ – FourFourTwo ‘Beautifully crafted, demolishes myths with the cold-blooded efficiency of a literary Gerd Müller’ – The Times Germany did not have professional players or a national league until the 1960s, yet it became one of the most successful football nations in the world. Tor! (Goal!) traces the extraordinary story of Germany’s club and international football, from the days when it was regarded as a dangerously foreign pastime, through the horrors of the Nazi years, to the postwar triumphs, the World Cup victories, and all the way up to the present day. Tor! challenges the myth that German football is ‘predictable’ or ‘efficient’ and brings to life the fascinating array of characters who shaped it: the betrayed pioneer Walther Bensemann; the enigmatic genius Sepp Herberger; the all-conquering Franz Beckenbauer; the misfit Lothar Matthäus; the coaches reshaping the modern game; and even the radio commentator Herbert Zimmermann, whose ecstatic cries of ‘Tor!’ greeted the winning goal in the 1954 World Cup final and helped change a whole nation’s view of itself. Fully revised and updated, Tor! is the definitive history of German football.

Allez Allez Allez

Author : Simon Hughes
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_________ 'WE ARE LIVERPOOL - THIS MEANS MORE.' JÜRGEN KLOPP Allez Allez Allez is the inside account of Liverpool FC during the Klopp era, including the 2018/19 campaign which saw the club compete in the most gripping Premier League title race in history and become Champions of Europe for the sixth time. Featuring access to management, players and staff, Allez Allez Allez explains how Liverpool have emerged from what Jürgen Klopp described as the “depression” of 2015 to achieve feats that have eluded an entire generation of supporters. Through original research and exclusive interviews, Simon Hughes takes readers into Melwood, the club’s training ground, and behind the dressing room door. He takes them to Chapel Street, where the club’s business is determined, and to America, where it is owned. He takes them into Anfield, where many of the most important moments are defined, and he takes them on to the pitches of the Premier League and the Champions League, as we revisit how Liverpool stormed their way to the top of the Premier League this season.

When the Clouds Come

Author : Drew Povey
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Sometimes it seems life is trying its best to knock you to your knees. Why not stay standing and strive to thrive with these proven strategies? Never before have we lived in a time of more disarray, confusion, uncertainty, and challenges. When the Clouds Come is a book that understands the stressors you face, not only in your own life, but also those that surround us in this challenging era. The tips and ideas inside can help make it all the more manageable. When the Clouds Come will give you tried and tested ideas that will truly help when you need it most. This unique book serves as a life manual to be read, reread, and kept in your library to be dipped back into whenever needed. Drew Povey’s popular coaching and leadership work have developed countless people to be able to work through the significant and sometimes shattering challenges that are an inevitable part of life. In personal and professional life alike, it’s not a question of whether or not the clouds will come— we know they will. This book will show you what you can do to ride out the storms and come out stronger on the other side. This one-of-a-kind book is full of the author’s own models for facing fears and overcoming obstacles. These strategies have been successfully utilised for years in a range of different sectors, including elite sport, business, the NHS, Police, and education. Whatever your situation, your goals, and your challenges, there is something here that can help you through. Discover strategies and techniques for coping when the sea of life gets rough Become more confident as you pursue your life’s ambitions and career goals Pick and choose the ideas that fit best in your own life Realize that you are not alone in the challenges and difficulties you face


Author : David Segar
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When Juergen Klopp was appointed Liverpool manager in October 2015 the world took notice, and Reds fans were united in optimism for the first time in years. Kloppite looks at how the charismatic German set about re-igniting the LFC flame - not only trying to change the fortunes of the once-dominant club, but also making the people believe again. Klopp's first two seasons in the English Premier League were eventful, including famous wins, heartbreaking defeats, scoring records, cup finals and broken glasses. After his successes at Mainz and Borussia Dortmund, Klopp took on his greatest challenge as he sought to return the Merseysiders to the top of English football. The hot-seat at Anfield has often been described as one of the toughest jobs in world football, and Klopp was tasked with overcoming the adversity of fan expectations, competing against some of the game's best managers and biggest spenders, and turning doubters into believers.

What Would Jurgen Klopp Do

Author : Tom Victor
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THE PERFECT GIFT FOR FOOTBALL FANS There's no one quite like Klopp. Players love him, Liverpool fans love him - even those who should hate him, want a hug from him. He's charismatic, charming, a master tactician and his unrivalled passion for his team and the game has made him one of football's most beloved personalities. So, let's face it, in these uncertain times, we all could do with being a bit more like Klopp. The perfect gift for any football fan in your life; from how to make the perfect dinner-party klopptails to cultivating your Top of the Klopps playlist - this is a celebration of football's greatest manager and a guide to winning in your own life. 'All of us have to do whatever we can to protect one another. This should be the case all the time in life, but in this moment I think it matters more than ever.' - Jurgen Klopp


Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
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