Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp once again spoke out against hellish football rates on Friday after the traditional Boxing Day of the English Championship and as Guinean Naby Keita was added to the list injured from its workforce. “How many matches on Boxing Day? Asked the German technician to the press. “There are probably a few individuals who have watched them all live, but I do not think it is good for their relationship life,” he then quipped. “It’s not good for mine already, and I still watch a lot of football,” added Klopp. Leading the Premier League, and just back from the Club World Cup, his team kept up the pace by beating Sheffield United (2-0) on Wednesday. But Keita’s injury was added to those of Matip, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Fabinho, already in the infirmary. Liverpool host Everton on Sunday in the FA Cup. “I have already said what I had to say to UEFA personally, I have sent messages to Fifa, where I do not know anyone, in interviews, and I do not think that the Premier League, the FA (English federation) or the League (English) can doubt what I think, “said coach of the Reds, known for his candor.