Jurgen Klopp breaks silence on Liverpool joining European Super League
Speaking ahead of the match away to Leeds United this evening, Klopp said: "My opinion didn’t change [since 2019]. We got some information, not a lot, and it’s a tough one. People are not happy with that, I can understand that.
"We were not involved in these processes, as a manager or as players. I have no issues with the Champions League. I like the fact West Ham may play Champions League next year. I like that they have that chance.
"The most important part of a football club is the supporters and the team. Nothing can get between that. The players didn't do anything wrong. We want to qualify for the Champions League next year.
"I understand (the fans' anger). I don't know exactly why the 12 clubs did it. The one thing I cannot understand is the competitiveness. I don't like it if we are not in the Champions League, but if we earn it that is right."
During one post-match press conference last season, the Reds boss brought up the possibility of sweeping changes to European football for the sake of more money.....
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