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Klopp urges Liverpool fans to celebrate title ‘in private’

Klopp urges Liverpool fans to celebrate title ‘in private’”

"When it is safe to do so, we will all work together to arrange a victory parade when everyone can come together to celebrate", Liverpool said in a statement, via ESPN.

After all, it was their first league English title in 30 years.

"In relation to those who have been involved in criminal or anti-social behaviour in the city last night we will be looking at CCTV images and video from body-worn cameras to identify those responsible and we will take positive action".

Fifteen people have been arrested for public order offences and one man was arrested on suspicion of assault, he said.

According to manager Pep Guardiola, they will do so because the Jurgen Klopp side deserves the plaudits after an incredible season.

"Clearly we are still in a public health crisis and we need to work together with the public of Merseyside to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19".

"We are going to do the guard of honour, of course", the Spaniard said, as quoted by AS.

Local media reported that fans launched fireworks at the Royal Liver Building, with a fire breaking out on the balcony of the landmark owned by Farhad Moshiri, the majority shareholder of the side's local rivals Everton. "About 95 percent of fans have behaved remarkably well, brilliantly, and listened to our pleas not to gather together, and yet there are a tiny minority besmirching Liverpool Football Club's name ..."

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"Until that time, the safety of our city and our people continues to be our No1 priority".

"In some cases, people behaved in a way that would be unacceptable even if we were not still grappling with a global pandemic".

There were clashes with police and fireworks were thrown at the Liver Building but a video has since surfaced which shows a small group of grinning supporters showing off the hat which has a line of white powder on the top.

Vast amounts of rubbish were cleared by the council on Saturday morning.

"The crowd largely dispersed by about 1.30am and a short time later officers were confronted by a group of people more than 100 strong who sought confrontation with the police", Roy said.

"But for now, please stay at home as much as possible", he wrote.

The newly-crowned Premier League champions saw their fans disobey social-distancing rules after Chelsea defeated Man City at Stamford Bridge ti hand them the title. "Covid-19 is still a major risk and our city has already lost far too many people to the illness".



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