Liverpool Fans Take European Super League Protests To Elland Road

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Following the controversial news that Liverpool along with five other Premier League clubs will leave Uefa and the Champions League to assemble a new European Super League, protests have already begun from fans in response.

Liverpool travelled Leeds United in the Premier League tonight in a game that many fans have labelled pointless and difficult to watch as the prospect of securing top four for the Reds no longer holds any meaning. 

In the hours leading up to the game, Liverpool fans have been spotted voicing their disappointment outside Elland Road.

This comes after the controversial announcement that the Reds and 11 other European clubs were to break away from the Premier League and elite European competitions to form the European football league.


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In a Twitter post shared by the Times Sport Chief Football Writer Henry Winter, the Reds fans can be seen with a banner that hammered home the message the game was being ruined by greed and corruption. Winter also stated that cars driving by the stadium were honking their horns in support.

According to The Liverpool Echo, Leeds fans are also planning to protest the recent announcements made yesterday as they plan to meet both teams arriving at Elland Road and let their feelings be known.

In the city of Liverpool fans have also expressed their hate of the European Super League by putting up banners outside Anfield that read as “R.I.P Liverpool 1892-2021.” This was also at the same time multiple Liverpool fan organisations stated that they would be removing their banners from the Kop.