The figures reveal - better than Liverpool!

There is hardly any doubt that Liverpool currently belongs to Europe's best football team. there are many explanations on. the Progress under manager Jürge

The figures reveal - better than Liverpool!

There is hardly any doubt that Liverpool currently belongs to Europe's best football team. there are many explanations on. the Progress under manager Jürge

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
16 September 2019 Monday 11:01
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The figures reveal - better than Liverpool!

There is hardly any doubt that Liverpool currently belongs to Europe's best football team.

there are many explanations on.

the Progress under manager Jürgen Klopp is noticeable, but there has also been work on all conceivable levels.

An example is the throw, where the Danish Thomas Grønnemark is employed to improve the standard.

And it is to the degree that happened, notes, journalist and analyst Ben Jacobs in a video walkthrough on the Tifo Football.

'A successful throw are really just one in which maintains boldbesiddelsen, and nøgleevnen is to conquer the ball under pressure.'

'the Premier League average for 'fasholde boldbesiddelsen under pressure' is, surprisingly, only 48,6 percent, making it the worst league in this category among Europe's five big leagues - that also can not show impressive numbers', says Ben Jacobs, who states that La Liga is the best (52,4 percent), then Ligue 1 (50,2), Series A (49,2) and then the Bundesliga (48,8).

But he points to just Liverpool, that during the Grønnemark has made impressive progress.

'Statistically, Liverpool, Europe's second-best to throw'.

'Liverpool maintained possession from the lineout, under pressure equivalent to 68,4 percent of the time last season, second only to the double Danish champions from FC Midtjylland with 70,2 percent'.

'It is no coincidence that both clubs have the same throw-coach, Thomas Grønnemark.'

Before Grønnemarks entering in 2018 was Liverpool's retention of possession after throw under pressure 45.4 percent - which now is improved more than 50 percent.

Liverpool - here Andrew Robertson - has improved significantly on the throw. Photo: Carl Recine /Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

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Updated: 16.09.2019 11:01
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