Jurgen Klopp fumes ‘I’ll never watch TNT Sports again’ as Liverpool boss makes ‘crime’ jibe

During his most recent press conference, Jurgen Klopp was enraged after criticizing TNT Sports. The Liverpool manager once declared that they should be pursued by Amnesty International for their “crimes”.

Jurgen Klopp fumes 'I'll never watch TNT Sports again' as Liverpool boss makes 'crime' jibe

Jurgen Klopp is not happy with TNT Sports (Image: Sky Sports)

For the umpteenth time, Jurgen Klopp has complained about Liverpool’s schedule and launched a war against TNT Sports.

The German manager, who is essentially the human equivalent of a balled-up fist when it comes to speaking with the media, lost it and declared he would “never watch TNT Sports again” after charging the network with endangering player health by packing too many games into the schedule.

“I had a chat with TNT [Sports], a television show I will never watch again, and they said they pay us to play football, but I don’t see it that way, football pays them,” the player stated in reference to Liverpool’s match against Tottenham.

It is illegal for them to organize matches on Thursday through Sunday and Wednesday through Saturday at 12:30 p.m. I was anticipating their visit from Amnesty International.”

Additionally, he proposed that fixture overload is the cause of English teams’ difficulties in the later stages of European competitions this year. Speaking to reporters, he said: “We should ask do we lower the intensity for the players after Aston Villa’s loss last night, which means no English team will be in a European final.

Jurgen Klopp fumes 'I'll never watch TNT Sports again' as Liverpool boss makes 'crime' jibe

Klopp says he spoke to TNT Sports about the problem (Image: Chelsea FC via Getty Images

Have we underperformed if there isn’t an English team in a European final? The players [are overworked], but the Premier League is the greatest league in the world. Someone has to stop one game and assist the people. You can cut off the second leg of the League Cup semifinal after two more Champions League games the following season. Everyone can claim that they can’t do something, but we can’t solve every problem all the time.

“People can survive without match-days on occasion,” he continued. Not a reflection of our quality, but rather of our inability to perform on the day, City and Arsenal eliminated us from the quarterfinals. Of course, there are strong teams in other nations. People assume it’s because of the last game when I talk about it, but that’s not true. It’s not. It’s a widespread issue.”

After a run of disappointing results over the last month or so, Klopp’s hopes of capping off his nine-year tenure at Anfield in spectacular fashion are all but gone. Liverpool’s chances of winning the Premier League title were all but dashed when they lost to West Ham, Everton, and Crystal Palace, and they were eliminated from the FA Cup by Manchester United. They were also eliminated from the Europa League by Atalanta.


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