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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has spoken out on UK broadcasters for not adjusting their schedules during the coronavirus pandemic, claiming they don’t care about player welfare.

The Reds will play against Atalanta in the Champions League on Wednesday night before they have to play against Brighton in the Premier League around noon on Saturday.

Klopp’s side are already low on players with injured squads and Liverpool suffered another accident on Sunday after Naby Keita was sent off in a 3-0 win at Leicester City.

After this game, Klopp spoke to the broadcasters and asked them to make sure that the clubs are not forced to play so many games in such a short time.

« It was never about us when I talked about it, it was about all the players. If you don’t talk to BT [Sport] we’re all done, « Klopp told Sky Sports.

« Sky and BT need to talk because if we keep playing on Wednesday and Saturday [at] 12:30, I’m not sure we will end the season with 11 players.

« I know you [the broadcasters] don’t care, and that’s the problem. We talked about it for a long time and nothing happened.

« I’m not talking about Liverpool, I’m talking about all the football players out there. Yesterday [Gerard] Pique massive knee injury. Today, [Bukayo] Saka, maybe I’m not sure, a knee injury – he played all three games for England during the international break.

« Now people are telling us to switch players, but who? We have some offensive players but the rest are kids.

« It’s a massive problem. Wednesday and Saturday 12:30 pm is a broadcast problem and nothing else. We play against Atalanta on Wednesday and then against Brighton on Saturday at 12:30 pm. It’s an early Christmas present. We’ll show up there trembling. I am thinking of sending the points. That’s the way it is. « 

In response to Klopp’s allegations, the Sky interviewer brought up the contracts the clubs had made with the broadcasters – an issue that struck Klopp on a nerve.

« Gentlemen, start talking and making decisions. I like the relationship with you. If someone tells me about contracts again, I go really crazy. Because these contracts were not concluded for one Covid season, « continued Klopp.

« We all have to adapt. Everything has changed, but the contracts with the broadcasters are still: « We have this, so we keep this. « . What? Everything has changed, the whole world has changed! « 

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has previously called for early Saturday games to be canceled entirely after his side were forced to play the game after the international break.

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