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SportMan City players criticised for singing offensive Liverpool chant

10:40  15 may  2019
10:40  15 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

City to face no punishment for Liverpool chant

City to face no punishment for Liverpool chant Manchester City will face no punishment from the FA after a number of their players and staff were filmed singing chants about Liverpool supporters. As reported by Paul Joyce, the FA say no rules or regulations have been breached so there will be no further punishment. Social media videos emerged earlier this week of members of the City squad and staff singing about Liverpool supporters, using a chant that makes references to supporters be assaulted. In the limited social media footage that is available online, it is unclear to see who exactly is playing a lead role in the chanting.

Man City players have come under fire after a clip surfaced appearing to show players singing an anti- Liverpool chant . The clip has led to a furious response from fans, criticising the vile song and the behaviour of City players by proudly singing it as part of their celebrations.

MANCHESTER CITY players and staff appear to sing a mocking song about Liverpool getting "battered in the streets" during wild title celebrations. A video has emerged showing a plane full of City stars and support team chanting to the tune of the Reds' famous Allez Allez Allez song.

Man City players criticised for singing offensive Liverpool chant © Michael Regan/Getty Images Sport Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City - Premier League

Manchester City could find themselves in hot water after a video emerged of players and staff singing an offensive Liverpool-related song.

Pep Guardiola’s side sealed Premier League glory on Sunday afternoon, pipping the Reds to the title by a point.

While Liverpool were quick to offer their respect to their rivals, with both Jurgen Klopp and captain Jordan Henderson congratulating them, the respect doesn’t appear to be mutual.

Footage has emerged of City’s players and backroom staff on their flight home singing a song to the same tune as Liverpool’s well-known “Allez Allez Allez” chant.

Man City players singing about Liverpool was classless, so was their club's response​

Man City players singing about Liverpool was classless, so was their club's response​ There’s been quite the reaction to a video which has been doing the rounds on social media which shows Manchester City’s players singing a version of ‘Allez Allez Allez’ following their Premier League title win and as one of the people who has criticised the video, I’ve got a few more things I’d like to say about it and as I’ve found, Twitter isn’t really the place for that. Firstly, I find the fact that City’s players would sing about Liverpool hours after they’ve won the title a little bit odd but that itself doesn’t really bother me too much, it’s just a bit weird. However, I think the lyrics of the song need addressing.

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Their version of the song features the lyrics “battered in the street”, seemingly referring to stricken Liverpool supporter Séan Cox.

Cox was left with life threatening injuries after being attacked by Roma fans before last season’s Champions League semi-final first leg at Anfield.

The video has been met with anger by anyone of a Reds persuasion, adding fuel to the fire in a rivalry that seems to be simmering.

City have denied the accusations, however, saying: “Any suggestion that the lyrics relate to Séan Cox or the Hillsborough tragedy is entirely without foundation.”

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