The Premier League is still roaring. Many people from the world of sports and politics have commented on the new formation. Prince William spoke too. Much is said in Great Britain about the Premier League, after all, among its 12 members there are as many as six in the Premier League. Meanwhile, the Leeds-Liverpool match turned out to be exceptional. It was not an ordinary match, but rather a protest against the Premier League.
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It all started long before the match, when the fans of both teams appeared in front of the stadiums. Meaningful banners appeared on the gates of the facility in Liverpool. Fans also gathered in front of the hotel where Jurgen Klopp’s players were staying in Leeds. They played Abby’s famous song “Money, Money, Money”. In turn, at the Leeds team stadium, fans of both the hosts and Liverpool from the Premier League sang “j*** æ Superleague” together.
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Fans were also running after the Liverpool boss when he arrived near the pitch in Leeds.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp also spoke about the Premier LeagueWho already in 2019 criticized the idea of u200bu200bcreating these competitions. – I still don’t want this. We don’t have a lot of information, but I understand fans’ concerns. But we haven’t made the decision. Neither me nor the players. We look forward to seeing it unfold. (…) It is not easy. The two most important factors are the team and the fans. We must make sure that nothing happens between them. I don’t want them to hit the team because we didn’t do anything wrong. There are things that need clarification, but this is not about football. The players had no effect on the Premier League – Jurgen Klopp said in an interview with Sky Sports.
“What gives football health is the ability to develop the weak, not the overgrowth of the strong,” said Leeds coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Leeds players, who wore T-shirts bearing the Champions League crest, also protested. There was an inscription under it. “you deserve it.” On the back were the words: “Football for the masses.” The same slogans appeared on the flag placed in the stands.
In turn, before the meeting, a plane flew over the stadium with the phrase “Say no to the Premier League”, which means “Say no to the Premier League”.
Earlier, a group of Liverpool fans, Spirit of Shankly (SOS), said they are taking off all their flags. “We will, along with other tagging groups, remove it from The Kop [jedna z trybun na stadionie Liverpoolu – przyp. red.]. We believe we can no longer support a club that puts financial greed on fair play.”
Date created: April 20, 2021, 08:53