The Liverpool fans in the Transfer Tavern have been urging the club to move on from their Champions League heartache despite comments from Sergio Ramos about the fans. Ramos joked that the Liverpool fans have given the events of the game too much attention as he injured both Mohamed Salah and Loris Karius, leading to the Egyptian being subbed off injured and the German ‘keeper making two awful blunders.
Liverpool lost the Champions League final 3-1 and the fans will be looking to put it behind them as soon as possible and move on to next season, where the most optimistic of the fans will be hoping that Jurgen Klopp’s men can go one step further this time around. Our resident Reds have directed all sorts of abuse at the Real Madrid captain. Liverpool fans have set up petitions to have Ramos punished and to have the game replayed whilst the Los Blancos skipper has also been subject to death threats.
The Liverpool fans will now be changing their focus from club football to international as they prepare to get behind their international Reds at the World Cup. Six different nations at the World Cup have called up Liverpool players, with the Kopites looking to get behind their men as often as possible. A particular interest for the fans will be a potential round of sixteen clash between Egypt and Spain where Mohamed Salah could have another chance at taking on Sergio Ramos, with the perfect revenge at stake in the chance of dumping out one of the favourites for the Liverpool man.
You can read our local Reds’ verdict on Ramos and the situation here:
Can't exactly subscribe to 'Liverpool fans are looking for any excuse' since about 2 days after the final most LFC fans/the club would like to move on. The media are carrying it on because the England team is boring.
— DoctorBenjyFM / Ben (@DoctorBenjy) June 5, 2018
Dear oh dear, get a grip reds fans – move on as the Champions League final is long gone. #lfc clearly publicised a medical condition that could’ve remained private to create PR to ensure they minimise Karius’ £ valuation #business pic.twitter.com/naYsXvUZya
— LFC blogster (@LFCblogster) June 5, 2018
Stop cryin’ about Ramos and what he did… it wasn’t Karius night, he underperformed (as usual)… let’s move on #LFC
— Omar Caicedo (@omar87342) June 5, 2018
— L U K E (@_LDVofficial) 5 June 2018
Accurate or not, crying about Ramos does not make #LFC supporters look good. We lost. Move on.
— Greg_YNWA1 (@Greg_YNWA1) June 5, 2018
Well he is still wrong, as i said as a LFC supporter on twitter, 90% of the fan base is telling LFC to shut up and move on… We lost, its over, was a good run, no excuses.
— Jamie Funnell (@funnell_jamie) June 5, 2018
We(LFC fans) are behaving like bad losers lets move on that the beauty of the game, controversies make it football the beautiful game we love.
— SonOfEzekeli (@ZackWillis_K) June 5, 2018
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