(Reuters) – Liverpool employer Juergen Klopp slammed British broadcasters Sky and BT on Sunday over match scheduling that he states is leading to more gamer injuries.

Asked by Sky Sports why he waited till the 89th minute of his side’s 3-0 win over Leicester City to make 2 of his 3 replacements, Klopp released a broadside about the frequency of games.

” Why we alter late is since we continuously have to believe that someone will go down with an injury. We can not alter early, due to the fact that we change early and the other one has an injury, and you end the video game with 9 players,” Klopp stated.

” It’s about all the players, it’s about the England gamers, it’s about all the gamers who will play the European Champion next summer – if you (Sky) don’t begin talking with BT, we’re done.”

The COVID-19 pandemic caused the previous season to finish late and the present project to be condensed into a much shorter duration.

The 53-year-old German thinks that the scheduling of Champions League matches, which are transmitted by BT, and the Premier League, which is relayed by Sky and BT, is putting a strain on players and causing injuries.

” If we keep playing Wednesday and Saturday at 1230, I’m unsure if you’ll complete the season with 11 gamers. All the leading 6 are the very same, but I understand you (the broadcasters) don’t care, and that’s the problem,” Klopp informed Sky.

Reuters has contacted Sky and BT for remark.

Already missing out on a variety of players to injury, including prominent centre backs Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez and midfielders Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara, Klopp suffered another blow when Naby Keita had actually to be replaced in the 53rd minute against Leicester.

” Individuals inform us we can turn – who? We have offending gamers, the rest are kids. That’s how it is. It’s all OK, we combat with what we have, however if you (broadcasters) do not start talking, you will see what happens,” he stated.

” We can not change 10, 11 positions, that’s not possible. We can’t just reveal up, we have to win the football video games.”

Klopp stated that the pandemic had required football into making numerous modifications over the last few months and dismissed suggestions that it would be challenging to adjust the schedule to provide squads more time to recuperate.

“It’s actually hard for the gamers, that’s what is tough – the rest is just a choice on a desk in an office,” he said.