Jurden Klopp’s side Liverpool has finally gotten to the end of their 30 years dead luck in the premier league title. Merseyside police urge people and supporters to do the right thing and put their health first.
Ten people were arrested for public order offense. As a result of celebration on Thursday as Liverpool fans spent the night celebrating outside Anfield. The celebration was also going on in the center of the city as Liverpool was crowned the champions of England for the first time after waiting for 30 years. However, Supporters were gathered outside the stadium when Manchester City was defeated by Chelsea at Stamford bridge.
Chelsea’s win confirmed Jurden Klopp side the champions of the league with just seven matches remaining to play. Fans sing as few of them lit flares on the street outside Anfield ignoring the social distancing policy.
Assistant Chief Rob Carden Praises Liverpool
Assistant chief constable Rob Carden credited fans who had stayed at home to celebrate and urge those who didn’t adhere to the social distancing regulations to do things right.
I would like to congratulate Liverpool Fc on winning the premier league title. However, I also thank the thousands of Liverpool supporters across Merseyside that celebrated at home as they have been doing for the previous matches. The overwhelming majority of fans have understood now is not the time to gather and celebrate. They choose to celebrate in a safe way. There is a credit to that.
We understand that people will be happy that Liverpool has won the league title for the first time in 30 years. A time will come when fans will return to Anfield to applaud the team and celebrate the success. Please take heed to the manager, the players, and the club by making safety the first thing.
Fans are urged to celebrate with family and friends in a safe way in the future. They should also do the right thing. By doing this you keep your family, friends, and neighbors safe.
In conclusion, the club is encouraging supporters to share their experiences of watching future matches at home. Using the hashtag #LFCAtHome on social media and we anticipate sharing your experiences of celebrating safety.