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Club Admits Concerns of Liverpool Fans In Newcastle End On Last Day Of The Season

8 years ago

The club have confirmed that both they and their Anfield counterparts have big worries of a large number of Liverpool fans in Newcastle end on the final day of the season.

Following Newcastle fans (@nufcawaytickets ) highlighting that they’d received offers from Liverpool fans to buy their tickets, United confirmed via their FLO (Fans Liaison Officer) that they are already aware of the problem and the two clubs are working together to combat the potential problem.

Liverpool haven’t won the title since the 1989/90 season so not surprisingly demand is outstripping supply, as the Reds’ title hopes are completely in their own hands now and who wouldn’t want to be there to see their team potentially lift the Premier League Title?

Obviously it will do them little good to have stewards quizzing fans as they enter the Newcastle end as to who they support, anybody who is a Liverpool infiltrator is more than likely not going to have a scouse accent.

Maybe they could really stump any potential undercover Reds by asking the last time Newcastle won the league, it would puzzle many of our fans if they aren’t clued up on ancient history.

While understandably clubs have to take these kind of things seriously, I don’t foresee any significant problems even if we have Reds under the beds (in the seats).

What I do object to is repeatedly hearing about the ‘long suffering’ Liverpool fans who could at last get their hands on the Title etc etc, a bit like the Arsenal trophy ‘drought’ of nine years, which their fans have had to endure.

To put the suffering of Liverpool fans into context, since that last League Title win of 1989/90 they have won;

3 FA Cups

4 League Cups

3 Charity Shields

1 European Cup

1 UEFA Cup

2 Super Cups

A dream rather than a nightmare if you ask me!


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