8 main Paris issues identified & Klopp’s new mural – Latest Liverpool FC News

Liverpool CEO Billy Hogan says the club have identified eight main issues regarding the treatment of fans at least season’s Champions League final in Paris, while a new mural for Jurgen Klopp has been unveiled.


8 “recurring themes” from Paris

Hogan has today offered an update on Liverpool’s continued response to the events surrounding this year’s Champions League final chaos.

In the interview with Liverpoolfc.com, he says there are eight “recurring themes” from their recent analysis from the independent panel set up by UEFA.

LFC identify 8 main issues from Paris

2.67216852Stewards check fans tickets at turnstiles during the UEFA Champions League Final at the Stade de France, Paris. Picture date: Saturday May 28, 2022.

  • “Congestion at the access points” to fan park and stadium
  • Lack of supporter information on how to avoid train strikes to reach stadium
  • Issues including crowding, crushing and presence of gangs in ticket check areas
  • Excessive riot policing tactics
  • Lack of supporter information about delayed kick-off
  • Posting the incorrect reason for the delayed kick-off
  • Trouble leaving the stadium
  • Issues including unnecessary tear-gassing at fan park
  • So what happens next? Hogan says the club and supporters groups plan on meeting with the panel soon, with more updates on Liverpool’s investigations to follow.


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