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    LIVERPOOL hero Konstantinos Tsimikas appeared to rub salt into the Chelsea wounds with his penalty shootout celebration. The full-back fired the winning spot-kick at Wembley to secure his side the FA Cup. 2Konstantinos Tsimikas celebrates Liverpool's winning penaltyCredit: Rex "Liverpool has a new hero!"???????????? Live on @BBCOne, @BBCiPlayer & @BBCSounds#FACupFinal #BBCFACup #BBCFootball #CHELIV pic.twitter.com/fx6tFlUgh4— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) May 14, 2022 It meant for the second time this season, Liverpool beat Chelsea in a final shootout. And it seemed Tsimikas was in the mood to rile up Blues fans as he cupped his ears while celebrating in front of rival supporters. Chelsea drew with Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final in February before dramatically losing 11-10 on penalties. Similarly, it was another stalemate but this time Thomas Tuchel's men were beaten 6-5 from 11 yards. READ MORE football stories CHELSEA 0 L'POOL 0 (5-6 PENS) Mount misses as Tsimikas wins the FA Cup for the...
    LONDON (AP) — Manchester City apologized to Liverpool and condemned supporters who chanted during a minute’s silence to mark the 33rd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster on Saturday. Referee Michael Oliver cut short the commemoration to the victims from the 1989 crush before the FA Cup semifinal which City lost 3-2 at Wembley Stadium. “It felt really wrong in that moment,” Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said, accepting City’s apology. The chanting came from the end with City fans at the national football stadium and it was followed by boos from Liverpool supporters. Amid the noise, Oliver blew his whistle to signal a premature end to the intended period of silence that had seen both sets of players gather around the center circle. “Manchester City are extremely disappointed with the actions of some City supporters during the minute’s silence before today’s game,” City said in a statement. “The club sincerely apologizes to all those connected with Liverpool Football Club.” A crush before the 1989 FA Cup semifinal between Liverpool and Nottingham at Hillsborough Stadium led to the deaths of 97 Liverpool...
    HUNDREDS of Manchester City supporters were left stuck outside Wembley and missed the kick-off of the FA Cup clash with Liverpool due to a ticketing error. The Cityzens were facing the Reds in the controversial semi-final this afternoon at the national stadium. 2Hundreds of Man City fans missed kick-off against LiverpoolCredit: Reuters 2Some tickets are not believed to have worked before kick-offCredit: AFP But loads of them were left fuming outside after being held up getting into the ground. And hundreds were left angry as the game began and they were still stuck due to their tickets not working. One of the individuals affected told Sun Sport: "We’re stuck in a queue of hundreds of angry people with the game kicking off in two minutes. Our tickets are not working." It only adds to the fury of supporters on being made to head to Wembley from the north for the game. READ MORE FOOTBALLBEST OF BRITISH Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte: Date, venue and TV info as fight confirmed Engineering works means there will be no trains from Liverpool or...
    MANCHESTER CITY fans gave their team a hero's welcome at the Etihad ahead of the crunch clash with Liverpool. Thousands of fans lined the road leading up to the stadium and set off dozens of blue flares to create a partisan atmosphere. 3Manchester City fans let off flares outside the Etihad ahead of kick-offCredit: Getty 3The home supporters wanted to play their part to encourage their heroesCredit: Getty 3The team bus was greeted at the stadium by thousands of City fansCredit: PA Man City fans greet the team bus #MCILIV pic.twitter.com/kn8zDux3A9— Simon Bajkowski (@spbajko) April 10, 2022 And the home supporters railed off a series of City chants as they prepared to roar their team on. City's bus then drove past the large group through the blue smoke, cue massive cheers. The Citizens' bus was famously attacked by Liverpool supporters outside Anfield in 2018 before their Champions League showdown. Today's Premier League showdown could help decide where the Premier League title ends up at the end of May. Reigning champs City go into the game one point clear...
    LONDON (AP) — The Football Association will offer free buses for up to 5,000 Manchester City and Liverpool fans to attend their FA Cup semifinal match at Wembley Stadium in response to calls for a venue change because of expected rail service disruptions. The FA confirmed on Friday that the game will be April 16 at Wembley despite no trains running between either city and London that weekend because of engineering work. The mayors of both cities joined forces this week to urge that the venue be moved to the northwest, arguing that without direct trains, supporters will be forced to drive amid rising fuel prices, fly or make overnight accommodations. To ease the strain, the FA said 100 buses will be provided on game day from both Anfield and Etihad Stadium to Wembley and back in the early evening. “This will ensure that up to 5,000 Liverpool and Manchester City supporters will be able to travel to Wembley Stadium free of charge for their semifinal,” the FA said in a statement. Wembley’s capacity is 90,000. “We recognize the significant...
    THE FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Manchester City has been CONFIRMED to go ahead at Wembley despite fan outrage amid travel chaos. Engineerin works means there will be no trains from Liverpool or Manchester into London Euston on the weekend of April 16/17. Fearing they had no way of watching the crunch clash - with Liverpool chasing a famous Quadruple and City steal dreaming of a Treble - fans of both clubs had urged the FA to move the fixture to Old Trafford. But the FA have confirmed the match WILL go ahead at Wembley - as well as the Women's FA Cup clash involving Man City. In a desperate bid to get fans to the ground, they have also revealed they have chartered 100 buses to take roughly 5,000 fans from the north-west to London. An FA statement read: "The FA recognises the significant challenges that are being faced by some Liverpool and Manchester City supporters with train services being severely limited. READ MORE SPORT STORIESMan Utd news live New Bruno Fernandes contract, Ten Hag 'comes through Man...
    CLASSY Manchester City will pay £35,000 to subsidise fans' travel to the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. The six-time winners were drawn against Liverpool in a blockbuster tie on the weekend of April 16/17. 2Manchester City are putting on coaches to get their fans to WembleyCredit: EPA But Network Rail's planned engineering works for the Easter weekend - in the pipeline for two years - mean no direct trains from Manchester to London are available. Liverpool supporters would also face travel chaos coming from Merseyside, leading to calls for the match to be staged at Old Trafford instead. If the game takes place on the Saturday - which appears most likely - the last train home for Liverpool fans will be at 7.35pm - just minutes after the full-time whistle. However, the FA insist it will go ahead at Wembley as planned. READ MOREWEMBLEY WOE Liverpool's FA Cup semi with Man City WILL be at Wembley despite fan outrage Now City have confirmed they have secured an initial 50 coaches to help transport supports from Manchester and...
    LIVERPOOL and Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final WILL go ahead at Wembley despite no trains running to London from either city. Engineering works means there will be no rail services from Liverpool or Manchester into London Euston on the weekend of April 16/17 - when both semi-finals will take place. 2Both sets of fans have called for the semi-final to be movedCredit: Getty 2Liverpool and Man City are set to meet in both the Premier League and FA Cup next monthCredit: Getty Yet despite the train works having been planned for two years, the FA has opted not to move the match. According to The Mail, football bosses were warned of this situation SIX MONTHS ago following a letter from Network Rail. But a statement from the FA read: "The FA will be liaising closely with both Liverpool and Manchester City on all match arrangements, including supporters travel for the upcoming semi-final at Wembley Stadium, with further details to be announced in due course. "We are also continuing to work with both Network Rail and National Express to find a...
    MANCHESTER UNITED stars were heckled by Leeds supporters as they arrived at The Lowry Hotel to prepare for today's derby with Liverpool. United host their rivals at Old Trafford in a very important encounter following a series of inconsistent performances in the Premier League and Champions League. 9Leeds fans heckled Manchester United fans outside of The Lowry HotelCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke 9Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted at The Lowry HotelCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke 9Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saluted the club's fansCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke 9Marcus Rashford was also present at the team hotel even though he is an injury doubtCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke The Red Devils were heckled by some Leeds fans from the apartment block opposite the building but that didn't seem to have an effect on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men. In fact, there were also some United fans in attendance that Solskjaer saluted as he went up the stairs. The Manchester giants' superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was also in high spirits as he was pictured giving someone a fist bump. The...
    RAFA BENITEZ is set to become the new Everton boss after agreeing a three-year deal, according to reports. The Spaniard's move back to Merseyside was plunged in doubt after Fenerbahce registered their interest. 3Rafa Benitez is on the brink of joining Everton on a three-year dealCredit: Reuters The Turkish giants reportedly opened talks with Benitez just as Everton were set to announce his appointment. But Sky Sports write how the 61-year-old will return to the Premier League six months after leaving Chinese Super League side Dalian Professional. Everton could officially announce his appointment on Wednesday - just less than a month after Carlo Ancelotti resigned to join Real Madrid. His move to Everton has received a hugely mixed reaction from supporters following his history with rivals Liverpool. A disgraceful threatening banner was placed in the Wirral area with the message 'We know where you live. Don't sign.' Banners have also been left outside Goodison Park making it clear some Everton fans are strongly opposed to the decision. Benitez was also adjudged to have further riled up...
    SWEDISH football fans took over a shopping mall in protest against the rule permitting just EIGHT supporters inside stadiums. Despite the incredibly limited capacity allowed to attend football matches, there is no limit on 'public places' where there is free access. 4AIK fans in Sweden gathered at an indoor shopping mall to support their team AIK fans showing the absurdity in stadiums being limited to eight persons whilst malls are open pic.twitter.com/MD5btL0zTj— Siavoush Fallahi (@SiavoushF) May 2, 2021 And that includes indoor shopping centres. So a group of AIK supporters took advantage of the restrictions by gathering in Stockholm. They came with drums, flags and even banners slamming the 'absurd' laws currently in place. Spread across two tiers with balconies overlooking the levels below, they created a decent atmosphere as some puzzled bargain hunters walked past. Across town at the 50,000-seater Friends Arena, the lucky eight were in place to watch AIK beat IF Elfsborg 1-0. Former Arsenal youngster Seb Larsson scored the only goal, a penalty four minutes into the second half, no doubt sending the watching few wild....
    MANCHESTER UNITED supporters have sent Joel Glazer a four-point plan outlining the future of the club after the angry Old Trafford protests. The Football Association has already begun an inquiry into the chaos that saw the Red Devils’ crunch clash with Liverpool postponed yesterday. 3Joel Glazer has been sent an open letter by the Manchester United Supporters TrustCredit: Getty 3Supporters broke into Old Trafford on Sunday to protest and led to United’s game with Liverpool being called offCredit: PA ⚽ Read our Man Utd vs Liverpool live blog for all the latest news following the postponement Wembley disciplinary chiefs have contacted United, Greater Manchester Police and the local safety authorities for information over the violent invasion by supporters. More than 200 fans entered the ground before the game was due to start, with some damaging cameras, taking balls or climbing on the goal nets. Dressing rooms were also said to have been invaded. With the United and Liverpool teams unable to leave their city-centre hotels to get to the stadium, Premier League chiefs took the unprecedented step of ordering a postponement. Now MUST...
    In 2005, shortly after the Glazer family completed its purchase of Manchester United, around 300 supporters attended a march to protest the club’s new owners. Those protests, for a time, continued, with supporters showing their displeasure with signs and the wearing of the club’s original green and gold colors on match days. Sixteen years on, though, and those protests have largely been forgotten, at least outside United circles. On Sunday, though, the 2,000 or so fans who turned up at Old Trafford ensured their voices would be heard, with the scenes that followed ensuring few will forget the events of May 2 and the postponement of United’s clash with old rival Liverpool. A fortnight on from the announcement of the ill-fated Super League, supporters arrived in droves at the Theatre of Dreams, keen to let the Glazers know just what they thought of the part they played in proposing the breakaway competition. MORE: Cavani, Pogba, Fernandes supply the class to put Man Utd on the brink of Solskjaer’s first final “Apology not accepted,” read a number of banners, referencing Joel Glazer’s open letter...
    GARY LINEKER has hit out at Jurgen Klopp for being 'spectacularly tone deaf' over the European Super League fallout. The Liverpool boss was further asked his thoughts following the fierce backlash and collapse of the money-making farce. "You all have to calm down. Its winding people up.""Nobody wanted it. Definitely. But now lets deal with it."A passionate Jurgen Klopp on dealing with, and moving forward from the European Super League fallout.???? @TheDesKelly pic.twitter.com/2xMFzfIPUt— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 24, 2021 Liverpool fans protested against their owners before the Newcastle contest A hundred or so angry Liverpool fans protested against their American owners before kick-off against Newcastle on Saturday afternoon. Arsenal and Chelsea supporters protested outside their stadiums while a group of Manchester United fans also blocked the player's access to the Carrington training ground - all in protest against the ESL plans. Klopp was eager to remind supporters that the blame lies only at the feet of the owners while asking the public to 'calm down' with their opinions. He told BT Sport: "It hurts a...
    Jurgen Klopp says he has been hurt by the way Liverpool’s reputation has been “trashed” in the wake of the Super League debacle. The Reds were one of the 12 founding clubs of the breakaway league which was announced on Sunday. The plans rapidly fell apart, however, as most clubs have pulled out of the competition following outrage from football associations, fans and pundits.  Liverpool were among those heavily criticised but Klopp fears their reputation is being regarded as irredeemable.  What did Klopp say? “It is difficult for me in truth, because I have found some of the reaction around it difficult to take. And by this I don’t mean those who were against it or the protests. This was a great victory for football supporters – I want to make this clear from the outset. I agreed with their opposition. I made this clear to our owners,” Klopp wrote in his programme notes ahead of Saturday’s Premier League match against Newcastle. “The part I have struggled with is seeing this club, a place I love and am now...
    Liverpool owner John W. Henry has apologised to supporters and taken full responsibility for the club’s involvement in the ill-fated Super League. It was announced late on Tuesday night that the Reds had “discontinued” their involvement in the controversial breakaway league, having originally been one of the 12 founder members. Their withdrawal, and that of the five other Premier League clubs involved, came on the back of widespread anger and condemnation, from supporters, media pundits and players alike. Liverpool’s statement on Tuesday amounted to just 47 words, and offered nothing by way of an apology, but Henry, the club’s principal owner, has since issued a video message via the club’s official channels. What’s been said? Henry said: “I want to apologise to all the fans and supporters of Liverpool Football Club for the disruption I caused over the past 48 hours. “It goes without saying but should be said that the project put forward was never going to stand without the support of the fans. No one ever thought differently in England. Over these 48 hours you were very...
    Thirty-three words, but so much significance. And, to put it bluntly, the kind of strong, forthright leadership that Liverpool’s owners can only dream of right now. It started a little after 9pm on Tuesday night. One post, then another, then another. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson, Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane. All of them. Each post was the same, its blood red background accentuating the words which carried such weight, such importance. “We don’t like it and we don’t want it to happen,” they read. “This is our collective position. Our commitment to this football club and its supporters is absolute and unconditional. “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” A few hours later, their club finally spoke. Shortly before 11pm, a statement landed on Liverpool’s official website, confirming that they had “discontinued” their involvement in proposed plans to form a European Super League (ESL). At the same time, Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham followed suit. Manchester City had withdrawn earlier in the day, after Chelsea had confirmed they were preparing to exit. And with...
    Silicon Valley-Backed Creator+ Sets Team Behind New Digital Studio Coinbase To Stop Trading on German Exchange Over Missing Code Liverpool, owned by John Henry's Fenway Sports Group, announced it was withdrawing from the proposed European Super League on Tuesday. The Super League has suspended its organizing plans as all six Premiere League teams have now dropped out. © Provided by CBS Sports That same day, Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts commented on the proposed new breakaway league and had questions about its plans. Bogarts also just happened to be wearing a Liverpool jersey, but addressed his outfit choice right away. "Total coincidence for this shirt, just so you guys know," he said while laughing. He then went on to discuss Henry, who also owns the Red Sox, and Liverpool withdrawing from the Super League: "I don't play soccer but I like it the way it is. Why would you put so many of those awesome teams to be in one league? I saw someone say the other day that it's special when Liverpool plays Real Madrid maybe one time a...
    After the aborted attempt to form a European Super League, Liverpool owner John Henry attempted to regain the trust of fans with an apology video on Wednesday. The same public contrition was yet to come from all six of the Premier League clubs who faced two days of fury from their supporters for deciding — briefly — to abandon the UEFA system to join a largely closed breakaway European competition. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM On a frenzied night of statements, Liverpool withdrew on Tuesday from the 12-team project along with the other five English rebel clubs, imploding the planned split from the existing Champions League. "Over these 48 hours you were very clear that it would not stand," Henry told supporters. "No one ever thought differently in England. We heard you. I heard you." English club owners like Henry didn't just fail to consult their supporters. Even players and coaching staff at the Premier League champions were left in the dark before the announcement on Sunday of the Super League. Liverpool players publicly voiced their opposition...
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