Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants to know whose hands the fines paid to the FA will end up. After being punished for comments made to the referee after the win over Tottenham Hotspur last month, the
German faces both a ban from his team’s meeting with Aston Villa and is expected to be banned for another match. Including being fined £ 75,000 after the FA made him say that Paul Tierney was biased against Liverpool
. willing to pay fines If such money is used in a good way.
“I’m expecting a penalty, okay, but I want to know who the money goes to. If it’s for good purposes, I’m willing to pay. If the FA will keep it to ourselves then we have to talk again,” said Klopp.
“People think the ban will last longer. I get to watch the game from a better perspective and I will keep communicating with my coach.”
Liverpool are fifth at the moment, one point behind Manchester United, but have played one game more. The facing Villa will be the last game where the likes of Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Will meet football fans in Anfield before the end of the season contract. The UFABET report
“This will be a very difficult game for different reasons. In my view we say goodbye to the four legends of Liverpool ′′
Two legends, Millie and Bobby, have been with the team since I took over. And all the good things that have happened would not have happened without them.”