In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, former Derby County and Wigan Athletic manager Paul Jewell has urged Liverpool’s owners, FSG, to put some money into the club and back Jurgen Klopp.
John Henry, the owner of FSG, put out an apology following the rise and immediate collapse of the European Super League, which would have seen the Reds leave the Premier League.
Speaking on how FSG have lost a lot of trust from the supporters and why putting money into the club is the best way to forgiveness, Jewell exclusively told FFC:
“This will never be forgotten, but whether it’ll be forgiven is up to Liverpool supporters, but these owners have got to realise that the game is bigger than them and whatever they do, they’ve got an awful lot of trust to win back.
“You know what football fans are like, the best way to get their trust back is to put money into the club in the right way because we all know that money makes the world go round.”
Liverpool have been off the pace this season having surrendered their Premier League crown to Manchester City fairly early on this season, and their main goal is to now qualify for the Champions League.
Their only way into next season’s competition is by finishing in the top four after they were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid in the quarter-finals.