Wednesday 15 May 2019
LONDON (Reuters) – The FA refused to sign any punishment for Manchester City after a video of the players on the plane after the English Premier League win and a sneer at Liverpool.
The English newspaper Mirror reported that the FA did not see any transgression on the part of Manchester City players during the cheering that could be punished, especially on the allegation that the players ridiculed the victims of the Hillsbury incident.
Manchester City fans chanted "victims of everything" in a reference to Liverpool, ridiculing the loss of the Champions League final last season against Real Madrid, the club's obstruction against Salah in the league and not being kicked out as Liverpool demanded.
Some have claimed that Manchester City players ridiculed Liverpool's Sean Cox, who was seriously injured by the attack before the AS Roma clash in the Champions League, and the victims of the Hillsborough incident that claimed 96 lives in 1989.
Manchester City announced in an official statement that there was no overtaking by its players or crews against Sean Cox or the victims of Hillsborough.
"All this way to Kiev .. for the loss .. Crying in the stands .. And assaults in the streets .. Companie hit Salah .. Victims of everything .. Strling won the double .. Squats (Liverpool) Do something. "
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