Worried Premier League club director Jurgen Klopp could line up Liverpool C-TEAM after the Reds finish the title, which could “distort” the table and threaten sports integrity as the game’s restart game continues
- An executive at an unnamed club expressed more fears about the project’s restart
- Premier League bosses quit to find a solution to end the season
- Fear Liverpool may not line up youth after sealing title
- Jurgen Klopp’s team just six points down and nine games left
- Reds losing games they would otherwise win could “distort” the league
Jurgen Klopp’s starting eleven could be the deciding factor in European Premier League qualifying and relegation battles this season, according to a club official.
Liverpool remain six points from fame and could have the title finished with eight games to go if Manchester City lose to Watford and the Reds beat Everton in their next matches.
This could allow them to travel the rest of the campaign, protecting their first team and lining up a C team in the Premier League – just as they did against Shrewsbury in the FA Cup earlier this quarter.
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“We saw what Liverpool did in the cups, so why wouldn’t they do the same thing once they won the league? The anonymous executive told The Sun.
“Jurgen Klopp could just tell his first team to leave for their own safety, which would be understandable.
“But if they put a ghost side in the games they won and these points become crucial, it distorts the league.
Liverpool have aligned their youngest roster against Shrewsbury in the FA Cup this season
“How can that be sport integrity? “
The Reds fielded their youngest starting line-up against Shrewsbury, as a 19-year-old team edged Ligue 1 1-0 while Klopp and Team A flew to Qatar for win the Club World Cup.
Another exceptional circumstance in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic could lead to an even more drastic decision by the German boss, decisions which could prove costly for the sides threatened with relegation – with Aston Villa and Brighton still facing the Reds for the second time. in 2019 – 20.
The problem is the latest raised by clubs outside the top six on Project Restart, with teams battling against hosting matches at neutral venues in another row of sporting integrity.
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