Liverpool followers are warned they threat a three-year stadium ban if they’re caught chanting homophobic chants, with the Reds making a public announcement throughout their draw with Chelsea.
- The warning was broadcast over the general public handle system after 28 minutes.
- Soccer is attempting to deal with the issue of hate speech inside stadiums
- Offensive chants weren’t heard after Liverpool introduced
Liverpool warned followers throughout Saturday’s sport in opposition to Chelsea that they may threat a three-year stadium ban in the event that they had been detected chanting homophobic chants.
The Anfield membership took the bizarre step of asserting Tannoy throughout play following studies of discriminatory abuse from inside the bottom.
Officers are cracking down on slogans from opposition followers resembling ‘Chelsea lease boy’ and Saturday’s message seems to have been taken on board with no such chants audible.
Liverpool followers had been warned they may threat a three-year stadium ban in the event that they had been recognized with homophobic chants throughout Saturday’s conflict with Chelsea.
The warning was broadcast over the general public handle system after 28 minutes stating that Liverpool wouldn’t tolerate discriminatory language and promised to punish these discovered responsible with using CCTV and a stadium ban of as much as three years.
Attempting to deal with the issue of hate speech inside soccer stadiums. Nottingham Forest investigated alleged chants from their followers in opposition to Chelsea earlier within the season and Manchester United supporters had been criticized for singing the same homophobic slur in opposition to Everton’s ex-Chelsea supervisor Frank Lampard.
Offensive chants didn’t go down after Liverpool introduced on Saturday