Liverpool players refuse to participate in the European Super League


Liverpool players led by captain Jordan Henderson issued an official statement on Tuesday, announcing their collective rejection of the European Super League competition or the club’s participation in it.

The statement read: “We do not like or prefer it. We do not want it to take place. We do not like what happens and we do not want it to happen.”

This is our collective position. Belonging to Liverpool is unconditional, and we will never let it go alone. “

The “Reds” players refused to launch the European Super League, and came after reactions by the club’s fans to the competition separate from the UEFA umbrella.

Twelve major European clubs, including Liverpool, had announced the launch of an independent tournament under the name of the European Super League, “Super League”.

This was rejected by both the European and International Football Associations, or at the level of the masses.