Liverpool chief sends 'warning' message to fans


Liverpool chief Peter Moore has urged Reds fans to stay at home and avoid mass gathering

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There were scenes of mass gatherings outside Anfield on June 25 after Liverpool's Premier League title was confirmed.

Thousands of people celebrated on the city's waterfront the next day despite restrictions on mass gatherings because of the coronavirus pandemic.

A teenager appeared in court four days after accused of causing £10,000 of damage to the Royal Liver Building with a firework thrown during Friday night's celebrations.

Following the incident, Jurgen Klopp urged Liverpool fans to "do what is right".

And Klopp's warning has now been reiterated by Moore following a meeting with city partners, ahead of Sunday's game against Aston Villa.

Moore said: "We are delighted to have won this title, but as the manager has said, we will come together to celebrate properly - only when it is safe and secure to do so.

"The club's message for everybody is enjoy watching the team on TV and enjoy celebrating at home."

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