Liverpool and Manchester United fans warned they will be thrown out of Anfield if they sing offensive chants
Supporters caught singing deplorable chants referencing the Hillsborough and Munich disasters will be thrown out of Anfield on Monday night.
There will be a zero-tolerance attitude towards the sort of scenes which blighted Liverpool and Manchester United’s Europa League ties last season - and an increased police presence is expected around the ground before and after the clash.
Police chiefs are mindful of the potential for trouble, particularly given the ugly scenes earlier this year when illicit chanting and fighting marred the two fixtures.
Problems centred on noises from the crowd, with... read more
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