Greater Manchester Police to draft in extra officers to ensure Liverpool's team bus avoids any reprisal attacks before Champions League clash
Extra officers will be drafted in to ensure a safe passage for Liverpool’s team bus at Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final.
Fears over reprisal attacks have been raised after Manchester City’s coach was bombarded with missiles amid ugly scenes as it made its way towards Anfield for the first leg last Wednesday.
The Mail on Sunday understand officers in Greater Manchester are wary of the potential issue, have acted accordingly and will deploy extra resources.
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