Premier League: 2019 winter break for Jürgen Klopp and Co.
Not only Jürgen Klopp is relieved, but the entire Premier League. From the season 2019/2020 on there is also a winter break in the Premier League. This is possible because the association is ready to break with a tradition. The fifth round of the FA Cup will be held without replay (previously in a draw) for the first time during the week. The 20 Premier League clubs should not pause at the same time, so that each weekend five games can take place. The long-term goal is more recovery for the pros before the European Championship 2020 (including England) – and for future World Championships. So there is more time for sunbathing for Jürgen Klopp!
The former coach of Borussia Dortmund and current head coach at Liverpool recently indulged in palm trees for a few days. After the 5-0 victory in the Champions League at FC Porto Jürgen Klopp flew with his professionals from Liverpool not back to England. Instead, they stayed for a four-day short training camp in Marbella / Spain. This “short holiday” was possible because Liverpool is no longer represented in the FA Cup. The Coach: “The decisive phase of the season is approaching us and I think we will all benefit from these days here under these excellent conditions.” That means probably a FC Liverpool in top form.
Match Day 29 Premier League
Saturday, 03rd March – 13:30h
• ⇒ FC Burnley – FC Everton
Saturday, 03rd March – 16:00h
• ⇒ Leisester City – FC Bournemoth
• ⇒ FC Southampton – Stoke City
• ⇒ Swansea City – West Ham United
• ⇒ Tottenham Hotspur – Huddersfield Town
• ⇒ FC Warford – West Bromwich Albion
• ⇒ FC Liverpool – Newcastle United
Saturday, 03rd March – 14:30h
• ⇒ Brighton & Hove Albion FC – Arsenal London
Sunday, 04th March – 17:00h
• ⇒ Manchester City – Chelsea City
Monday, 05th March – 21:00h
• ⇒ Crystal Palace – Manchster United
More Premier League News and Rumors
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says: Arsenal London is a “bigger” club than Borussia Dortmund: After transferring of the Gabonese to the Gunners for 70 million euros, the star is “completely happy”: “I’m really happy with that because it’s a good club “, Aubameyang told” Sky Sports UK “. “It was the next step for me, it’s a great club,” explains Auba his transfer and makes it clear: “For me, Arsenal is slightly larger than Dortmund and therefore a good step for me and my career.” But he also admitted that the Gunners were the only club that had made a “real offer”. Now let’s see how long the great luck lasts. He also was happy in Dortmund for a long time …
Arsène Wenger soon history in Arsenal London? After two defeats in a row, things are not going well for Arsène Wenger. First, the Gunners lost in the FA Cup and a few days later in the Premier League against Manchester City. This gives the speculation new food and a lot of names are mentioned about a possible successor: Among others, Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann, Monaco head coach Leonardo Jardim and Celtic coach Brendan Rodgers. But there are still two Germans who are traded: the coach of the German National Team Joachim Löw and Thomas Tuchel. It seems that Arsène Wenger gets a German successor after more than 20 years at the Gunners. That would be the second German “star coach” who joins the Premier League.