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Liverpool CEO repeatedly seeks to investigate the final Champions League troubles

Real’s 1-0 victory was delayed more than 30 minutes after police forcibly stopped people trying to enter the Stade de France. The riot police sprayed tear gas on fans, including women and children.

The Union of European Football Associations UEFA has asked for an independent investigation into the case, and French sports minister Amelie Oudea-Castera said he would prepare a report on Monday within 10 days.

“We Liverpool have asked us to investigate what happened in Paris on Saturday, not a report,” Hogan said on Thursday on the Liverpool website.

“I think these are two very different things. I wrote to the UEFA today and asked specific questions … I would like to clarify the details of this survey.

“I feel it is very important to carry out this survey. Frankly, I will start the survey immediately and have clear details about the process and how it works.”

French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said much of the responsibility lies with Liverpool fans, with 30,000-40,000 people arriving without a valid ticket, causing a crowd collapse at the stadium and trying to force people into it. I did.

However, the New York Times reported that Steward intercepted only 2,589 counterfeit tickets.

“Yesterday, when I talked to Real Madrid’s counterparts, it became clear that fans had problems,” Hogan said. “They were very concerned about the operation of the match day, including police activities around the match.

“In my understanding, Real Madrid will also publish details throughout the channel.

“Pain, sadness, harm, hurt … and now the French minister says that only Liverpool fans are at stake. It’s shameful. Real Madrid is suffering from their fans too. Revealed that. “— Agency

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