Liverpool mocked as prankster plays ‘Money Money Money’ as stars board team bus

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Liverpool players were greeted to a bloke playing ABBA hit "Money, Money, Money" in protest at the club joining the European Super League.

The Reds were one of the 12 teams announced on Sunday as part of the breakaway league along with fellow Premier League "Big Six" sides Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham.

This news has been greeted with fury around the footballing world, with fans protesting at Anfield during the day.

But footage has emerged of a prankster making his message clear to the club's players with a musical rendition outside their hotel in Leeds ahead of their Premier League clash at Elland Road.

In the clip, the squad can be seen getting onto their branded bus ahead of the 8pm kick-off.

But a group of pranksters are standing on the other side of the road as a saxophone players lets out a melody.

And the song is "Money, Money, Money" by Swedish pop group ABBA, a dig at the billions of pounds which will reportedly be offered to ESL competitors.

This footage was shared on Twitter, where the Reds were mocked by football fans for the

"Absolutely f***ing amazing," one supporter said.

Another commented: "Love this….what a way to protest!"

While a third simply added: "Brilliant s***housery."

Protesters have also taken to the streets in Leeds while a banner has been erected in the Don Revie Stand which reads, ‘EARN IT ON THE PITCH, FOOTBALL IS FOR THE FANS’.

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  • Hundreds were also seen outside Elland Road holding up a banner while chanting "f*** the Super League" and "six greedy b*****s".

    While Leeds players are also wearing shirts during the warm ups for their clash with the Reds in protest reading "football is for the fans".

    The English sides were joined in the ESL announcement by Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Inter and Juventus.

    While three more founding members are set to be established in the coming weeks.

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