Merseyside Police has thanked Liverpool enthusiasts for his or her superb behaviour ahead of, all through and after the Champions League semi-final 2nd leg away to Roma.
There were fears of clashes within the Italian capital between rival enthusiasts previous to the sport. Heightened safety was once in position, with protection measures incorporated arranging trainer shipping for Liverpool enthusiasts from the town into the stadium compound.
Violence marred Liverpool’s first leg victory at Anfield, with 53-year-old Liverpool supporter Sean Cox hospitalised following an assault through two Italian males, who have been later charged with violent dysfunction.
However the second one leg in Rome handed off virtually fully with none incidents (even supposing you inform that to Alan Brazil) with only one arrest reported to the police.
Merseyside Police, who coordinated protection preparations with their Italian opposite numbers, each golf equipment and fit organisers UEFA, have thanked Liverpool enthusiasts for heeding safety recommendation.
A observation from Leader Superintendent Dave Charnock learn: “I want to commend the Liverpool enthusiasts for his or her outstanding behaviour all through remaining evening’s fit in Rome.
“It was once all excellent natured and there have been no primary problems reported.
“One Liverpool fan was once arrested through Italian police on the turnstiles on suspicion of not unusual attack and a public order offence however now we have no longer been made acutely aware of another arrests.
“I’m mindful there have been lengthy queues to get into the bottom because of the tight safety procedures however enthusiasts remained in excellent spirits during and we have been in a position to get them clear of the bottom safely following the fit.