21 Apr 2022 | 07:10 | Football
Recently, according to media reports brother Just before the FA Cup semi-final, a group of Manchester City and Liverpool fans scrambled outside Wembley to “lose enough”, it was released. The scuffle was so great that local police were forced to step in to quell the hotheaded.
At present, the fierce competition between the two strongest teams in the Premier League in various stadiums has deepened the hostility between the fan groups.
Liverpool and Manchester City fans clash ahead of FA Cup semi-final
After the League Cup and FA Cup clashes, Liverpool and Manchester City also have a chance to resume their games in the Champions League final, and are still in a point-by-point battle for the Premier League table.
Contrary to the somewhat violent behaviour of the fans, though, Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp still have a certain respect and affection for their counterparts on the other side of the strike. The German coach admitted that he and his colleagues will likely “sit together” in the future.
“We have some similar personal issues that we share back and forth by texting. But, we don’t call each other, that’s true.”
“I’m sure, though, that in the future, Guardiola and I will sit together. Why not? We have no problem. He’s more explosive than me. That’s all. We’ll have a lot of good things to say to each other.” ‘ shared coach Klopp after last weekend’s Premier League game between the two teams.