Liverpool fans have responded to concerns about security assurances from Manchester City after a poster suggested that a ‘bus welcome’ would take place.
The European champions will take on last season’s Premier League winners at Anfield on Sunday in what is being billed as a massive game in terms of the title race.
The Daily Mail has reported that the Citizens are fearful of another attack on their team bus after the vehicle was damaged by several missiles and was subsequently written off.
🔐| Manchester City have requested security assurances from Liverpool over posters advertising a hostile greeting for Sunday’s game.
City fear a repeat of the Champions League tie in 2018 after posters encouraged a hostile greeting for City. pic.twitter.com/ApfqQvGd53
— The Kopite (@TheKopiteOFF) November 7, 2019
Supporters believed that the issues raised were more psychological than anything and voiced their views on social media.
One fan believes that Manchester City are ‘scared’, while another thinks that they are fearful of the ‘power of Anfield’.
Here you will find some of the best responses from Liverpool fans:
HAHAHAHAHA they’re scared, Pep and his boys are scared 😂😂😂
— ONOME 💒🌕🙌🌈🙏 (@PrayerSubdues) November 8, 2019
They know the power of Anfield. They have every right to be scared.
— Roys Kadiu (@viniroys) November 8, 2019
#ManCity don’t be scared it’s only mind games
— Zaid Abrahams (@Z6455) November 8, 2019
— Muhammad Pratama (@CrumpJr92) November 8, 2019
— Sean (@_LFC_YNWA_6) November 8, 2019
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— James Prethero (@prethero) November 8, 2019