It often rains claims and mentioned (on social media) for his criticism, but it should be appreciated that Jurgen Klopp truly says what he thinks in press conferences. This time he was asked about the arrival of the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) in Newcastle, and his feelings were not saved.
For Liverpool’s current DT, the issue of state clubs (no matter how much they refuse to be managed that way) is pretty much the same as the European Super League that millions of people – rightly rightly reject in the world.
Clearly the German mister does not like this type of sales to be accepted. However, he understands that it is something that has to be dealt with in today’s football.
Ojito is also on the dart he left for Financial Play Financial: everyone knows the term and the idea (balancing income and graduates), but they don’t know if it really exists / applies as it should.
THE CLOPP OPINION ON THE PURCHASE OF THE NEWCASTLE
“What would it mean for football? A few months ago, I think we had a massive affair in the world of football with 12 clubs that were trying to build the Super League. And, rightly, it didn’t happen. But that’s how to create a “It’s almost the same. It guarantees you places in the Champions League; in some years, not immediately. These days, no one knows exactly whether Fair Play Financier still exists or not.”
“Newcastle fans will be delighted, of course, but for the rest it just means there’s a new superpower in Newcastle. We can’t help it. Money can’t buy everything, but over time, they’ll have enough. money to make some bad decisions and then make them right. And they’ll be where they want to be. ”
“That’s the way things are, this can’t be avoided in the long run. This is the situation, everyone knows it. I don’t know, but this isn’t the first time. It’s the third club, as far as I know, that belongs to a “I don’t know how many more countries out there with the financial power and interest to do that, but that’s the way it is. And it’s something we all have to fight for.”
Dada Invicte. With Klopp as DT, Liverpool broke a 30-year drought without the Premier League and 14 years without the UEFA Champions League. Historical.
Did you know that …? Liverpool have only won 1 league title in the Premier League era (since 1992). It has cost them a lot to The Reds.