Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool manager has always been vocal about the Covid-19 vaccination and has brought it up again in the programme notes before their match against Newcastle. 

Five Premier League matches have been cancelled due to Omicron-related cases. 

Klopp was passionate about the topic during his pre-match conference, where he stated that all members of the club are vaccinated.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has again spoken passionately on Covid-19 vaccines

Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool has once again passionately discussed Covid-19 vaccines

He has urged supporters to 'ignore lies and misinformation' about the jab and 'trust experts'

He urged his supporters to ignore lies and misinformation about the jab, and to trust experts.

Klopp wrote in the LFC match day programme that he will not apologise to his views, no matter how controversial they might be.

 He said: ‘My message around this has always been simple and clear, I hope: I trust experts. Because they have dedicated their lives and studied the field, I trust smart, educated professionals who are experts in their fields.

We are clearly moving towards tighter team environments and LFC is perfectly fine with this. 

‘As I’ve said before, there is a very high vaccine use at the club. This has been going on for some time. The vaccine might not be 100% yet, but it’s as close as possible. That is why it’s so important.

Klopp on Wednesday stated that everyone at Liverpool is vaccinated for 'loyalty, solidarity and togetherness'

Klopp announced Wednesday that Liverpool’s employees have been vaccinated to protect ‘loyalty.solidarity. and togetherness.

“It is no problem telling you that I had my booster jab immediately after I became eligible, and this will again be true for most, if not all, of the ranks within our ranks over these coming days and week.

I won’t apologize for what view I have on the vaccination. I believe the same publicly as I do privately about this.

His notes also encouraged people to ignore lies and misinformation, and trust experts.

He said: ‘Ignore those who pretend to know. You should ignore lies and misinformation. Pay attention to the experts. You will end up wanting both the vaccine and booster if you do this.

The’stick to the football’ abuse misses its point. Yes, football is something I am familiar with having played it all my life. I’m not just a fan of the vaccine. 

‘That’s the point – I listen to experts. This project was created by people who know more than me and are better at creating solutions for society.

“We have been very fortunate in Europe and this country to have so much access to the internet. It is an honor and something I will never forget.

Klopp wrote on the matter of vaccines in his pre-match notes ahead of the clash with Newcastle

Klopp had written about vaccines in the pre-match notes for the Newcastle clash.

We don’t yet know the long-term impact that the new variant of football will have on the game. 

It will impact the availability of players in positive cases. This could lead to fixtures being delayed sporadically. However, that decision is up to the governing boards.

“Clearly, we want disruption to be minimal but it’s not within our control and should not. We must trust the people who are most knowledgeable, and those with the best knowledge. Safety is our top priority. Always make health a priority. The health of all participants, staff, supporters.

Klopp stated that the vaccination was about’solidarity and loyalty, togetherness’ during his press conference before match.

Concerned clubs are worried about slowing down the rollout vaccinations. The majority of Omicron-infected players have been left waiting for their protection. There has also been evidence that just two vaccines provide little immunity. 

Sportmail Reporter has reported before that Wolves are the only high-flying side capable of meeting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s target to boost all 18s by the month’s end. But Brentford and Leeds are understood to also be in the lead.

There is pressure on players to get jabbed with Covid-19 cases again surging in the UK

The pressure is on the players to be jibbed by Covid-19 cases once again surging in UK 

Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation demand that there be a 3-month delay between third and second vaccines.

Although the Premier League’s latest vaccination data is secret, the October 19 information showed that 68% of the players had been fully vaccinated. 

To get their boost, nearly a third of them will have to wait for late January. 

Tottenham’s game against Leicester on Thursday was set for Friday evening. Antonio Conte has postponed it, making this the third time in succession that Conte has called off the match.

Manchester United’s game against Brighton was also delayed.