Newly-crowned Premier League champions, Liverpool could face ban after waiting 30 years to lift their first English League title.
Liverpool have been told by the Merseyside Police to curtailed the fans behaviour which could lead to the increase cases of coronavirus at the province or risk a huge ban.
Although, the club through a statement condemned their fans behaviour after they ended their Premier League draught the fans have since not stopped and this is raising serious concern.
Liverpool have three more home games where they will host Aston Villa next Sunday, then Burnley before Chelsea on the penultimate weekend of the season.
The match against Chelsea is when the Premier League plan on presenting the trophy to Jurgen Klopp’s men but The Sun is reporting that the club could have their stadium’s safety certificate revoked by the local Ground Safety Advisory Group if the wild celebrations continue.
The Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, Liverpool Football Club, Merseyside Police, Liverpool City Council and Spirit of Shankly have worked together to consistently remind people that the region is still disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and ask people to celebrate LFC’s Premier League title win safely.
The official figures concerning the state of the pandemic in Liverpool shows 544 registered coronavirus-related deaths up to June 12.
There were 1,677 cases altogether up to June 25.
On Thursday night, around 5,000 supporters ringed Anfield to celebrate before police sealed off nearby roads.
So, if Liverpool fans continue to vandalise, fight police and gather in thousands around Anfield, it is most likely the club would finish their last three games at a Neutral venue.