Sport: »Madness«: Jürgen Klopp criticizes high strain on football professionals

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several times, Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp has warned about overloading football professionals. He collected criticism from Uefa President Aleksander Čeferin. This does not prevent him from adding now.

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Liverpools Trainer Jürgen Klopp once again warned the high burden on football professionals and faced UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin. »I cleaned screws and what else do I know. I know what work means. I don't want to insult anyone, but just point out again that this game does not work without the players and is only really nice if the best are on the field, ”said Klopp in the» Kicker «interview.

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Čefer had recently complained about Klopp because of his criticism of the overload of the professionals. Under paid "factory workers" would have to complain, said the UEFA boss. For Klopp this is a "polemical statement". He knew that other people would have to work a lot more. Mr. Čefer does not have to tell me that. ”

Klopp speaks of" madness "

for Klopp, the current system in football does not work. "There is only one direction where this leads, and that's against the wall," emphasized the 55-year-old. There are »too many different representatives of interest. Everyone pulls, nobody thinks of the players. Not one. Really not. ”A reasonable solution must be found. It is not constantly inventing new competitions and extending them. "It is" madness ".

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He is "well conscious", Klopp continued, "that I live extremely well from the whole story. I have enough vacation. The players don't have it. We have to change that at some point. ”

recently criticized Klopp the

Premier League , which will be released on December 25 after the World Cup in Qatar. "If you come to the final at a World Cup and win or lose it or when you become third, you are pretty busy," said Klopp. "And then the rest begins a week later."

Klopp has already compared the problem of full game plans with the climate crisis: "It's like the climate. We all know that it has to change. ”The specific steps failed.

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