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Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Liverpool slam fans after disturbing footage


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Liverpool football club have been forced to respond following disturbing footage of their travelling fans bullying tourists in Barcelona.

The club released a statement slamming the actions of some of its supporters who were filmed pushing locals and tourists into a fountain and mocking them. There were also reports of Liverpool supporters being arrested for allegedly assaulting hotel workers.

Liverpool fans laugh at pushing locals and tourists into a Barcelona fountain

"Liverpool Football Club is working with Merseyside Police and the authorities in Spain, who are endeavouring to identify those involved in the incident," the club said on its website.

"Such behaviour is clearly totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

"It would be inappropriate to comment further while the situation is ongoing other than to confirm the club will follow due process in any and all cases of this nature."

https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1123538934242398210

Thousands of Liverpool fans travelled to Barcelona to watch the Reds in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final at Camp Nou.

Before their 3-0 loss to Barcelona, fans spent time enjoying the city, though some took the away-day festivities too far.

Mundo Deportivo claimed that six Liverpool supporters were arrested for disorderly conduct and throwing beer cans at local police officers in the Plaça Reial in the centre of Barcelona.

Liverpool fans clashed with tourists after pushing people into a fountain in Barcelona

"About 500 hooligans 'Reds' had been installed in the central square since the afternoon and have caused several incidents," the translated report.

"Two workers at the Plaça Reial hotel were assaulted and needed medical attention and two other people suffered bruises, one of them with a broken nose, after fights."

Many fans criticised the behaviour of a minority of the Liverpool supporter base, and Reds CEO Peter Moore urged fans to be more respectful.

https://twitter.com/PeterMooreLFC/status/1123493617673428992

"We proudly sing that we’ve conquered all of Europe. But let’s treat this beautiful city with the respect that it deserves, and act in a manner that is befitting of LFC," Moore tweeted.

"By all means have a good time, but we are Liverpool, and as such let’s visit here with grace and humility."

Liverpool football club have been forced to respond following disturbing footage of their travelling fans bullying tourists in Barcelona.

The club released a statement slamming the actions of some of its supporters who were filmed pushing locals and tourists into a fountain and mocking them. There were also reports of Liverpool supporters being arrested for allegedly assaulting hotel workers.

Liverpool fans laugh at pushing locals and tourists into a Barcelona fountain

"Liverpool Football Club is working with Merseyside Police and the authorities in Spain, who are endeavouring to identify those involved in the incident," the club said on its website.

"Such behaviour is clearly totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated.

"It would be inappropriate to comment further while the situation is ongoing other than to confirm the club will follow due process in any and all cases of this nature."

https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1123538934242398210

Thousands of Liverpool fans travelled to Barcelona to watch the Reds in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final at Camp Nou.

Before their 3-0 loss to Barcelona, fans spent time enjoying the city, though some took the away-day festivities too far.

Mundo Deportivo claimed that six Liverpool supporters were arrested for disorderly conduct and throwing beer cans at local police officers in the Plaça Reial in the centre of Barcelona.

Liverpool fans clashed with tourists after pushing people into a fountain in Barcelona

"About 500 hooligans 'Reds' had been installed in the central square since the afternoon and have caused several incidents," the translated report.

"Two workers at the Plaça Reial hotel were assaulted and needed medical attention and two other people suffered bruises, one of them with a broken nose, after fights."

Many fans criticised the behaviour of a minority of the Liverpool supporter base, and Reds CEO Peter Moore urged fans to be more respectful.

https://twitter.com/PeterMooreLFC/status/1123493617673428992

"We proudly sing that we’ve conquered all of Europe. But let’s treat this beautiful city with the respect that it deserves, and act in a manner that is befitting of LFC," Moore tweeted.

"By all means have a good time, but we are Liverpool, and as such let’s visit here with grace and humility."

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