Burley Banksy reveals new Super League Leeds United mural and teenage son's Liverpool remark which inspired it

The Leeds United fan and painter known as the Burley Banksy has revealed the comments from his teenage son which inspired his latest mural protesting the European Super League

Tuesday, 20th April 2021, 3:30 pm
Updated Tuesday, 20th April 2021, 3:32 pm
No To ESL: Burley Banksy aka Andy McVeigh has painted a fresh mural hitting out at plans for the European Super League

Andy McVeigh, aka the Burley Banksy has revealed his latest mural, a clear message of protest against the mooted European Super League.

It states: "Earn it", in a message also worn by Leeds United's players as they warmed up for the clash with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool which ended in a 1-1 draw after a Diego Llorente equaliser.

It comes just days after a mural celebrating the final game with fans in attendance in 2020 appeared at the weekend.

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The Burley Banksy took to Twitter to explain his latest creation.

It said: "Painted this near Elland Road. My teenage son as Leeds v #LFC kicked off: "What's the point, tonight Dad? This a friendly for Liverpool?"

"Fight this ,everyone, together. #lufc #burleybanksy #NoToEuropeanSuperLeague #NoToSuperLeague #NoToESL"

Leeds fans also visited Elland Road on Monday night to protest the ESL plans in person.

No To ESL: Burley Banksy aka Andy McVeigh has painted a fresh mural hitting out at plans for the European Super League