Liverpool’s Juergen Klopp unimpressed by Chelsea’s owner idea for All Star game

Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s call for an “All-Star game” in the Premier League similar to those played in the United States has been given short shrift by Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp.
American Boehly, head of a consortium that completed a £4.25 billion ($4.91 billion) takeover of Chelsea in May, suggested in a conference in New York that a ‘north v south’ game would create revenue that would filter down the English soccer pyramid.

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