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Jurgen Klopp hits back at Gary Neville over his Liverpool Super League rant saying he just goes ‘where most money is’

JURGEN KLOPP launched an astonishing rant at Gary Neville for his comments about Liverpool’s European Super League plans.

The Reds boss accused Sky Sports pundit Neville of going ‘where the most money is’ and wants to see him ‘on a hotseat’.

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Jurgen Klopp accused Gary Neville of going ‘where most money is’ in an astonishing rant[/caption]
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The Sky Sports pundit was heavily critical of Liverpool’s involvement in the European Super League[/caption]

Klopp’s amazing response came after Neville slated Liverpool’s involvement in the rebel European Super League.

The Liverpool boss took exception to ex-Man Utd defender Neville talking about the club’s You’ll Never Walk Alone anthem.

Klopp felt Neville’s anger was misguided towards the players when he says he and his players only found out about the plans at the same time as everyone else.

Speaking after Liverpool’s 1-1 draw at Leeds, Klopp said: “Gary Neville speaks about You’ll Never Walk Alone. That should be forbidden.

“We have a lot of rights to sing that anthem, it’s our anthem and not his anthem and he doesn’t understand it anyway.

“You can be emotional but I wish Gary Neville would be in a hotseat somewhere and not where the most money is.

“He was at Manchester United where the most money is, Sky where the most money is.

“Don’t forget that we have nothing to do with it. We got the same information and we still have to make play football.

“‘Damn them to hell’, did he write that today? These things are right? That’s really not OK.”

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KLOPP VS NEVILLE

Neville on Sunday: “I’m disgusted with Manchester United and Liverpool the most. Liverpool say they’re the people’s club, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, the fan’s club – it’s an absolute disgrace.”

Klopp on Monday: “Gary Neville speaks about You’ll Never Walk Alone. That should be forbidden.

“We have a lot of rights to sing that anthem, it’s our anthem and not his anthem and he doesn’t understand it anyway.

“You can be emotional but I wish Gary Neville would be in a hotseat somewhere and not where the most money is.

“He was at Manchester United where the most money is, Sky where the most money is. “

Neville’s response: “Yesterday was a passionate rant from me to defend football.

“I’ve equally distributed enough criticism to both Manchester United and Liverpool over the last 24 hours. So I don’t know what his problem is.

“He talks about hotseat, I had a 25-year career at Manchester United, an 11-year career at Sky and I’ve earned that. I didn’t go where the most money is.

“I employ 600 people in my city. I’ve tried to keep them employed during a pandemic. Is that not a hot enough seat for him?”

Klopp added: “In this specific moment we cannot blame the team.

“I take the criticism for if we don’t play well and I feel responsible for those things, but this we have nothing to do with.

“I really don’t want these kinds of things because it’s not fair. I understand all the talk and I don’t like it as well, but I don’t talk about other clubs like this.”

Neville immediately responded on MNF: “I don’t know what spiked him. Yesterday was a passionate rant from me to defend football.

“I’ve equally distributed enough criticism to both Manchester United and Liverpool over the last 24 hours. So I don’t know what his problem is.

“He talks about hotseat, I had a 25-year career at Manchester United, an 11-year career at Sky and I’ve earned that. I didn’t go where the most money is.

“I didn’t have choices. Sir Alex Ferguson didn’t say ‘do you want to stay here every single day?’.

“I have no idea what he’s talking about.

“I employ 600 people in my city. I’ve tried to keep them employed during a pandemic. Is that not a hot enough seat for him?”

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Liverpool drew 1-1 at Leeds on Monday night amid a backdrop of fan fury over the Super League proposals.

Fans held banners outside Elland Road and even tried to stop the Liverpool team bus from pulling into the stadium.

Leeds players also warmed up in t-shirts protesting the Euro Super League, which was officially announced late on Sunday night.

Klopp was also unhappy that the shirts were put in Liverpool’s dressing room before kick-off and reiterated his opposition to the new competition.

In his pre-match interview, the German told Sky Sports: “I heard there are warm-up shirts, we will not wear them, because we cannot.

“But if somebody thinks they have to remind us to ‘earn it’ to go to the Champions League, that’s a real joke and it makes me angry.

“If it was a Leeds idea, thank you very much, nobody has to remind us.”

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Fans held up banners outside Elland Road in protest[/caption]
Kevin Quigley-The Daily Mail
And some even tried to stop the Liverpool team bus from entering[/caption]
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Leeds players warmed up in protest shirts that said ‘earn it’[/caption]

Klopp added: “It is a tough one. People are not happy with that. I can understand that, but I cannot say a lot more because we were not involved in any processes, not the players nor me.

“I have no issues with the Champions League. We want to qualify for the Champions League next year.

“I like the competitive factor of football. I like the fact West Ham might play Champions League next year. I like that they have the chance.

“I don’t know exactly why the 12 clubs did it. I know some things will change in the future in football and some things have to change in football that’s for sure.”

“But usually, you have to prepare these kinds of things, you need time for convincing. I can understand that people think is not right is the competitiveness I get that.

“I don’t like that we may not be in the Champions League but if we earn it then we want to be there like anybody else.”





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