Jurgen Klopp insists Project Big Picture proposals concern for football. The debate over Project Big Picture continued ahead of this weekend.
Jurgen Klopp insisted concern for football was at the heart of the Project Big Picture proposals rejected by Premier League clubs this week.
The Liverpool boss is glad reform was discussed after the Reds and Manchester United led wide-ranging suggestions that were unanimously rejected, though a bailout for League One and League Two teams was agreed at a virtual meeting.
“It is really important we speak about it because I can’t remember the last time we did – the space for improvement in football,” Klopp said ahead of Liverpool’s derby with Everton on Saturday.
“I am not really involved. I was informed. What I can say, all the people involved are concerned about football. If you want to understand the idea behind it, you listen, if you do not, you just knock it down.
“There are things to improve in football and that is what these people tried. The process keeps going and the people are talking and that is positive.”
Credit: AS English