LIVERPOOL played a football match with Leeds United on Monday. This is all that needs to be written. Of course, Sadi Mane and Diego Diego Llorente, Jürgen Klopp and Marcel Bielsa can be discussed. We can write articles about urgency and energy, midfield battles, offensive genius, and defense insecurity. One can even mention the significance of this result for the Premier League points. Liverpool missed the chance to reach fourth place, while Leeds remained in tenth place with six rounds left until the final round. But Gore wrote, but who cares about it now.
The game became meaningless due to the events that took place in the past 36 hours, which was caused by riots and uprisings caused by backstage games. Football, as we all know, football is in crisis. Before addressing this issue, you must forgive the media for ignoring the top four battles, the Naby Keita issue or the disappearance of Ben Davis. How did this happen? How did several billionaires and directors threaten to upset the balance of the most popular sport in the world?
None of the Liverpool players and coaches took part in the club’s decision on the new Super League. When they arrived at Erland Road, how did they say hello to “scum” and “greedy bastards”?
At the same time, the person who initiated all this remains silent. Despite the fierce fire, Fenway Sports Group did not comment. They did not even appear in the text on the club’s official website, announcing plans to completely change the face of domestic and European football.
Instead, the vague press release cited Manchester United Co-President Joel Glaser and Real Madrid President Florentino Perez.
If such a thing exists, it is irresponsible and does not conform to the spirit of the police at all.
For the avoidance of doubt, Liverpool fans are also angry about this. Perhaps only Klopp and his team were welcomed by a hundred people, but everyone in the football world shared these feelings.
This week, the Spion Kop 1906 fan team will remove their flags and banners from the Kop stand before the next game against Newcastle. Spion Kop announced: “We feel that we can no longer support clubs that put financial greed above the integrity of the game.”
The Spirit of Shankly, the Liverpool Fans’ Association, called the Premier League’s plan “shameful”, which appeared in the Times on Sunday afternoon, adding that the news that the club was also involved was “ashamed of this.” Shock”.
The Shankly spirit wrote: “FSG ignores fans because they are tirelessly pursuing money. Football is ours, not theirs. Our football club is ours, not theirs.”
This is very important. They are the most passionate and loyal football fans. They dedicate their lives and salaries to the club. They follow Liverpool all over the world, and the shame they witnessed made them feel desperate. As always, fans are the first to suffer and the last to take care of. They were forced to stay at home for most of the year and had to endure the horror of VAR, and now they have to endure it.
Beautiful game, Zarnet?
You sympathize with Klopp and are forced to deal with questions that someone at the top of the club needs to answer. The Liverpool manager has already spoken to the Premier League and his position has not changed before the game. He did not directly confront the boss, but the feelings he expressed were clear enough.
Klopp said: “I like the competitive aspect of football. I like West Ham United being able to participate in the Champions League. I don’t want it to succeed because we are willing, but I like it to have opportunities.”