Liverpool CENSOR Klopp, Milner over Super League criticism

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Liverpool are being accused of censoring both manager Jurgen Klopp and midfielder James Milner over their criticism of the Super League breakaway.

The Daily Mail says Klopp hit out at the plans of his club's owners both before and after Monday night's 1-1 draw with Leeds, yet there is no mention of his comments on the subject on the club's official website.

The German, who was critical of plans to break away in 2019 and has maintained that opinion, responded to questions on the subject in interviews but his usual press conference transcript on the club's website is notably missing his answers given to questions on the European Super League.

James Milner, Liverpool's stand-in captain on Monday night, had also stated: "There are a lot of questions. I can only say my personal opinion, I don't like it and I hope it doesn't happen."

But that quote doesn't appear in his post-match quotes on the club's website.