Wednesday, February 28, 2024

BREAKING! UEFA Ready To Refund All Liverpool Fans For 2021/22 CL Final Chaos!

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UEFA are ready to refund all Liverpool fans who attended the 2021/22 UEFA Champions League Final, MySportDab reports.

The 2021/22 Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool was shockingly delayed after chaos broke out at the entrance of Parc Des Princes Stadium in France.

Hordes of Liverpool fans trying to gain entry into the premises were denied entry by the security officials.

Confusion nearly broke out with the fans trying to force their way through the security barricades to find their way into the stadium.

Some fans were spotted climbing the fencing to force their way into the stadium as the security operatives tried to maintain order in the seeming chaos.

The kickoff was delayed by 15 minutes due to the ensuing chaos before order was restored for the match to start.

After the match which ended in a defeat for Liverpool, French authorities blamed Liverpool for the chaos.

However, an independent investigation panel commissioned by the UEFA submitted their report blaming UEFA and French authorities for the crisis while absolving Liverpool fans of any blame.

After the report by the independent investigative panel, UEFA issued an apology to Liverpool fans for the crisis, taking full responsibility for all that transpired before the kickoff.

A statement from the governing body read:

‘We have taken into account a huge number of views expressed both publicly and privately and we believe we have devised a scheme that is comprehensive and fair.

‘We value the input from the Liverpool FC supporter organisations Spirit of Shankly (SoS) and Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association (LDSA) as well as the open and transparent dialogue throughout this period.

Daily Mail confirms UEFA are now ready to refund all Liverpool fans who attended the chaotic Champions League final.

The recompensation will reportedly run into millions of dollars.

Top price tickets for the match cost €690 or £610 while the least costly were €70 or £62.

This means UEFA’s bill for the 19,618 tickets which was bought by Liverpool fans will likely amount to £3.5million.

Some Liverpool fans have reportedly welcomed the development while others are still bent on pressing charges against the body.

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