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Liverpool's CEO finally talked about what happened in the Champions League Final

By Charles Cornwall

Liverpool's CEO finally talked about what happened in the Champions League Final

The whole world watched how the UEFA had a terrible organisation with the last Champions League final. 

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Billy Hogan, CEO of Liverpool FC, talked and brought updates on what happened with the incidents outside the stadium the day the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid took place. 

Let's remember that a lot of fans were delayed in their entrance to the stadium, many others were robbed by locals and a lot were injured by attacks. In that matter, Hogan said there's two priorities: “As we've said in the past but just to be clear, sort of our two priorities as you look at this is number one, support for fans who were affected by the events in Paris on the night. And then also to ensure, as I've said several times, that this never happens again” 

What will happen with supporters testimonies

It is said that are over 9000 testimonies from Liverpool supporters that attended to the final, and the CEO had to say this about them: “Having read some of the testimonies, we're actually proactively contacting some fans who we think may need some additional support and connecting them with specialists who can provide”

 


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