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Jurgen Klopp Suggests ‘Wild West’ Response To Blue Cards In Liverpool’s 3-1 Win Over Burnley


During Liverpool’s 3-1 victory over Burnley, manager Jurgen Klopp expressed his apprehension towards the potential implementation of blue cards and sin-bins, likening it to the “wild west” scenario.

The match, officiated by referee Tim Robinson, witnessed a flurry of bookings, with five players cautioned, including Klopp and his counterpart Vincent Kompany, amidst a tense atmosphere at Anfield.

Football’s governing body, Ifab, has proposed trials for sin-binning players and introducing blue cards as disciplinary measures. According to the proposed regulations, players would receive blue cards for dissent and tactical fouls, resulting in a mandatory 10-minute stint off the field.

Klopp’s skepticism towards these changes was evident when he received a yellow card for protesting a contentious decision where Diogo Jota, the scorer of Liverpool’s opening goal, appeared to be fouled inside Burnley’s penalty area.

Despite the heated exchanges and disciplinary issues, Liverpool managed to secure a crucial victory, temporarily reclaiming their position at the top of the table, with Manchester City briefly overtaking them after their 2-0 win against Everton in the early kick-off.

“Ten days ago we played incredible against Chelsea then we lost to Arsenal,” added Klopp.

“It’s always a different challenge. If it’s not clicking straight away, fight through it. It was really tough today but the boys fought through and got three points.”

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