Rafa Benitez & Jurgen Klopp

Rafael Rafa Benítez Maudes (born 16 April 1960) is a football manager, and former player. Jürgen Norbert 'Kloppo' Klopp (born 16 June 1967 in Stuttgart) is a retired German footballer and current manager of Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga. 5.0/5

Rafa Benitez Jurgen Klopp Borussia Dortmund Jose Mourinho Bayern Munich Pep Guardiola Roman Abramovich Brendan Rodgers Arsene Wenger Andre Villas Jupp Heynckes Michael Laudrup Frank Rijkaard Mario Balotelli Roberto Mancini Joachim Low Inter Milan Diego Simeone

Jurgen Klopp and Rafa Benitez lads. is stupid enough to ignore both of them. To ACTIVELY avoid them. Think about that.
Guillem Balague: "Real have spoken to Julen Lopetegui at Porto, to Jurgen Klopp, to Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho."
Sam has to go at the end of the season and be replaced by Rafa Benitez or Jurgen Klopp know what I mean? Gold & Sullivan di
Rodgers OUT! 'Rafa Benitez should complete Liverpool return this summer'
Liverpool should replace Brendan Rodgers with Rafa Benitez or Jurgen Klopp this summer
Rafa Benitez or Jurgen Klopp. Man City's potential hunt for managers. . Mental if Wenger quits Arsenal to manage City next season.
To illustrate the increased scale of it, the club had used the same Harris Suite in Stamford Bridge's West Stand to announce the appointment of Rafa Benitez in November, but only half the space was used. Reflecting Mourinho's huge personality and profile, this conference was attended by over 250 journalists – more than for either Jupp Heynckes or Jurgen Klopp in the media events the day before the Champions League final. Illustrating the kind of circus it occasionally dipped into, it was preceded by the following request: "Ladies and gentlemen of the press, take your seats. The main event will be starting shortly."
Martinez sceptics forget Jurgen Klopp, Rafa Benitez and Arsene Wenger have all been relegated
One down Rafa Benitez agrees two-year contract to become Napoli coach By Nadia Carminati. Last Updated: May 24, 2013 5:45pm Rafa Benitez: Interim Chelsea manager agrees to become the new Napoli coach Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed that Rafa Benitez has agreed a two-year contract to become the club's new coach. Walter Mazzarri revealed last weekend that he is leaving Napoli this summer and he is widely expected to take charge at Inter Milan. A string of names, including Roberto Mancini, Manuel Pellegrini and Jurgen Klopp, had been linked with the position at Napoli. However, De Laurentiis has been in London to discuss a deal and he expects current interim Chelsea manager Benitez to sign a contract until 2015. "I've given myself a gift for my 64th birthday," De Laurentiis told Sky Sport Italia. "Benitez will be the next Napoli coach. "I'll make it official in the next few days as Benitez needs to end things with Chelsea. He'll have a two-year contract, no longer. "We need to get to kno ...
Chelsea have turned their attentions to Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes to replace Rafa Benitez this summer. (Express)
LATEST: Mario Balotelli is again at the centre of controversy after AC Milan vice-president Paolo Berlusconi publicly described Balotelli as "negretto di famiglia" - translated as "the family's little n*" Brazil forward Neymar believes England rely too much on Wayne Rooney. Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini has reaffirmed his desire to leave the club. Yaya Toure is back to Manchester City after returning from the African Cup of Nations. Liverpool target Kevin Grosskreutz has signed a contract extension at Borussia Dortmund. Bacary Sagna has rubbished reports linking him to PSG and insists he will see out his contract at Arsenal. Louis Saha is set to join Lazio on a free transfer until the end of the season. Chelsea are considering a move for Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp to replace Rafa Benitez.
NICE TRY RAFA,TRY AGAIN! (And I perosnally dont think Madrid would give a job to a loser!) Chelsea players are convinced Rafa Benitez is fighting a losing battle to stay on as manager. And that is despite training ground warnings from interim boss Benitez that he will still be at Chelsea next season. Sunday Mirror Sport understands Benitez has tried to motivate players by telling them performances cannot drop because he is going nowhere. But the claims have been shrugged off as a “DESPERATE” move by Benitez to try to ensure his&Chelsea’s season does not collapse. Benitez is only contracted to the club until the end of the season,but the Spaniard last week made his 1st play for the full-time job by saying “it is a great opportunity.” And he has gone a step further on the training ground,much to the bemusement of some members of his squad. The tactic is unlikely to do much good because the common belief is owner Roman Abramovich will replace Benitez in the summer. A Stamford Bridge source said: ...
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is looking forward to competing with new Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, and is aiming to take Jose Mourinho's place as the former Barcelona trainer's nemesis. Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal can still have a successful season even if they do not sign any new players in January as he admitted the club have failed in their attempt to land Barcelona forward David Villa.(london evening standard) Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has told Rafa Benitez to forget about winning silverware this season and concentrate on finishing in the top four, according to the Daily Mail. Manchester City have set their sights on Barcelona's David Villa to replace the departed Balotelli. Daniel Sturridge can become the first Liverpool player to score in his first three Barclays Premier League matches. Roberto Mancini warned Mario Balotelli he could end up like washed-up former Brazil striker Adriano if he did not change his ways. [Krissh]
Roman Abramovich’s worst fears came true when Pep Guardiola snubbed Chelsea’s millions to join Bayern Munich. The Spaniard agreed a three-year deal to take charge of the German giants, dealing Abramovich a bitter blow ahead of the 2-2 Premier League draw with Southampton, when Chelsea fans again aimed abusive chants at interim boss Rafa Benitez. Abramovich had courted Guardiola for two years, although officials feared the former Barcelona boss might look elsewhere after talks grew tense. Bayern bound: Pep Guardiola is joining the Bundesliga giants, as John Edwards told you he might (below) Sportsmail exclusively revealed on December 8 that Chelsea had begun drawing up a list of second-choice managerial candidates — including Borussia Dortmund’s Jurgen Klopp — after Guardiola’s advisers expressed serious doubts about their man working under Abramovich. The Russian has gone through eight managers in nine-and-a-half years, something that did not sit well with Guardiola, who craves long-term sta . ...
Gianfranco Zola has emerged as a serious contender to become Chelsea’s next full-time boss. Although the Blues hierarchy has feared that Pep Guardiola was slipping from their grasp, the confirmation that the Catalan has opted to join Bayern Munich was still a blow to Roman Abramovich. Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, Borussia Dortmund’s Jurgen Klopp, Michael Laudrup of Swansea and Diego Simeone, whose Atletico Madrid side humiliated the West Londoners in August’s UEFA SuperCup, have all been linked with the post, the Telegraph reports. According to the Mirror, Frank Rijkaard is also available, after being sacked this week by Saudi Arabia. But with Blues fans starting to show their displeasure at interim manager Rafa Benitez, Zola will be a live option to take over in the summer when the board sits down next month to start planning the club’s future. The Watford boss has never hidden the strength of his love for Chelsea, where an astonishing six-year spell as a player saw him voted as the club’ ...
Winter Transfer Update /Speculation & NEWS : •Theo Walcott has finally agreed a new contract at Arsenal. •Angry Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez it was "unacceptable" for him to admit to diving. •Liverpool will make a sales pitch to Wesley Sneijder if the Inter Milan playmaker is serious about accepting a drop in his colossal wages. •Chelsea face the prospect of another high-profile snub if they formally approach Jurgen Klopp to be their new manager, with the Borussia Dortmund coach expected to favour the possibility of succeeding Joachim Low as Germany coach. •Arsenal are still considering a late bid to beat Manchester United to the signing of Wilfried Zaha but manager Arsene Wenger has conceded that it would be virtually impossible to recruit Edinson Cavani during the transfer window. •Roman Abramovich will take complete control of picking Chelsea's next boss after being swayed into hiring Rafa Benitez. .Mauricio Pochettino replaced Nigel Adkins as Southampton manager on F ...
Chelsea will reportedly *** the credentials of Jurgen Klopp, Diego Simeone and Michael Laudrup following Pep Guardiola's decision to join Bayern Munich, while Jose Mourinho remains the favourite for the Stamford Bridge job. Bayern Munich announced the capture of Guardiola on Wednesday afternoon, much to the disappointment of Chelsea, and the former Barcelona boss will succeed incumbent Jupp Heynckes on July 1. According to The Guardian, Chelsea had initially approached Guardiola last summer prior to the full-time appointment of Roberto di Matteo, but the Catalan was intent on spending time with his family on sabbatical in New York. Chelsea were reported to be planning another move for Guardiola at the end of season with Rafa Benitez only in interim charge, but Roman Abramovich must now look elsewhere for his next appointment. The Guardian claim that Abramovich, who has patched up his differences with Mourinho since the Portuguese's departure in 2007, is likely to approach the Real Madrid boss, who is f .. ...
Five managers that can fill the Chelsea hot seat Pep Guardiola: Pep, the former Barcelona manager is the obvious favourite here. UK media has been linking him with a move for some time now and Chelsea owner will try his best to lure him at West London. Guardiola must have seen what Chelsea have done to a young manager (Andre Villas-Boas) few months back which might prompt him to take a seat back and avoid the temptations dangled at him. Certainly he is a type of manager who loves to work from the ground level. Rafa Benitez: The former Liverpool man is out of work since 2010. He would be a perfect candidate right now. But, then again, he hasn’t worked in an environment before where instant results are wanted. Still, he is looking for a high profile job and could be ready to accept the offer. Jose Mourinho: Just a possibility. He has time and again stated that he wants to return to English Premier League and this could open the door ajar for the Portuguese. He has worked for Chelsea before; he knows the w ...
My Three Choices for the new manager would be: Rafa Benitez, Andre Villas-Boas and Jurgen Klopp.
For what it's worth, my candidates would be Jurgen Klopp, Rafa Benitez, Marcelo Bielsa and Joachim Löw.
My 1st choice to replace King Kenny at Liverpool would be Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp-one of the most passionate managers I've ever seen! Martinez, Rodgers and Lambert carry the same risk that Hodgson did when he came in..Rafa Benitez, gud manager but lets not get nostalgic, hav to move forward..AVB still hasnt convinced me coz a league title win with Porto honestly doesnt mean a lot. Plus he failed badly at Chelsea..Deschamps is experienced but Klopp has done more with Dortmund than wat Deschamps has done with Marseille..
Top Ten Replacements for Exit Bound Liverpool Boss Kenny Dalglish 1. Brendan Rodgers Swansea City boss has a bright future and will sooner or later outgrow the Liberty Stadium side, could he be the best man to bring to Anfield to help usher in a new era of success at the Merseyside club? 2. Andre Villas-Boas Harshly sacked by Chelsea and still clearly a manager with a bright future and available to start immediately. 3. Jurgen Klopp Young Borussia Dortmund boss has won back to back Bundesliga titles, could be a youthful option for the long term. 4. Roberto Martinez Young Wigan boss has proved himself at a ‘lesser’ club on a tight budget, could he blossom at Anfield? 5. Joachim Low A move for the German national team coach would be a big statement of intent from the Anfield board. 6. Rafa Benitez Time to bring the Spaniard back? 7. Fabio Capello Former England boss has been there and done it all over Europe. Wouldn’t be cheap though. 8. David Moyes A switch across Stanley Park will not be popular wit ...
Rafa Benitez would be a backward step. They should go for Jurgen Klopp.
Donald Trump White House Super Bowl David Rockefeller Ivanka Trump Neil Gorsuch Chuck Berry West Wing Director James Comey Sesame Street House Republicans Tom Brady Supreme Court Le Pen Ed Sheeran European Union North Korea South Korea New Zealand President Trump Puerto Rico Dakota Access Derry City Manchester United Judge Gorsuch Claudio Ranieri Middle Eastern Kim Kardashian West Judge Neil Gorsuch Theresa May Judge Napolitano San Francisco Capitol Hill Tomi Lahren Spike Lee Arsene Wenger Wonder Woman Rex Tillerson Tom Watson Colin Kaepernick Marine Le Pen Bill Gates President Donald Trump Jamie Vardy South Sudan Zayn Malik Tim Cook New Video National Parks Russell Westbrook Marie Slaughter Middle East Mutual Fund Jeremy Corbyn State Department Homeland Security Tim Allen Selena Gomez Secret Service Katy Perry Kellyanne Conway Iron Fist Tiger Woods Jeff Jones Penn State South Africa Premier League Trump White House World Happiness Report Fox Business Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Cook County Pink Floyd Rico Rodriguez War Machine Vladimir Putin United Nations Daily News Scott Pruitt James Blake Bastian Schweinsteiger Brad Underwood House Intelligence Committee Des Plaines Nintendo Switch Sean Spicer Justice Department Gale Sayers Eddie Jones Gareth Southgate Philip Hammond James B. Comey Peaky Blinders St Patrick North Carolina Standard Life Central Park James Comey Andrew Napolitano Aaron Hernandez
© 2017