UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Liverpool over attack on Manchester City bus outside Anfield... but case won't be heard until AFTER the Champions League final
UEFA has announced it has opened disciplinary proceedings against Liverpool over the throwing of objects at the Manchester City team bus as it arrived at Anfield on Wednesday night.
They have been charged with four offences including setting off fireworks, acts of damage and crowd disturbances.
City's coach was bombarded with bottles, firecrackers, flares and other heavy objects when it became stuck in a bottleneck on Arkles Lane en route to Anfield.
Yet the date for the case to be heard has been set for May 31, five days after the final of the competition in Kiev.
The bus had at least one... read more
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