Intensity: Inside Liverpool FC
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REVEALED: Manchester United players fear Erik ten Hag's hardline approach is affecting team morale with stars feeling that internal conflicts are damaging squad unity amid dismal start to season In forming a ‘one-club’ mentality, Jürgen Klopp, Lijnders and co have also created countless modern memories for the LFC family, and this unique book chronicles their legacy. It’s an unprecedented account of a season at an elite football club from one of the game’s most thoughtful students. In his own engaging and inspiring style, Pep takes readers behind-the-scenes at Anfield, the AXA Training Centre andPaolo di Canio reveals he rejected Saudi Arabia assistant job offer after being approached by Roberto Mancini - but insists he 'didn't just say no to oil money' Meanwhile, rumours circulated around the time of the Cody Gakpo signing that Lijnders played a more active role in the identification process than would usually be the case.