Bondit has criticized Simon Jordan and Jurgen Klopp after the Liverpool boss’ comments about fitness at the Merseyside derby and his hatred of the match against Everton.
Virgil van Dijk, Thiago Alcantara and Divock Origi are among the players who suffered serious injuries against the Blues, as Van Dijk’s injury in this match last year marked the end of the season.
“It’s a shame to mention it, but we’ve been the fairest team in England and, most of the time, the fairest team in Europe in the last five years,” Klopp said before the derby.
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“You want to win the ball the right way and you want to play it from there. We play football. We are still an emotional team but you have to use feelings in the right way.”
However, Jordan believes fitness is part of the game and has described the Germans’ comments as “unstable”.
“I find myself looking at Klopp and saying ‘I don’t know, it looks a bit flaky,'” he said He said on talkSPORT.
“It’s a big match, the Merseyside derby. If you hadn’t had a little blood and passion in one of the biggest matches in English football…really?
“You can’t get rid of the heat in a match like this because the fans were the source of the heat and the players would react to it.
“The referees are fully capable of running this match without the guidance of Jurgen Klopp.”
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Defender Van Dijk received a strong challenge from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in October last year.
The Dutchman sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury as a result of the intervention and was out of action for nine months.
He will now return to Goodison Park for the first time since the 2-2 draw as the Reds look to bridge the gap between Chelsea and Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table, with Everton hoping to turn around after a while. Poor running.