March 2 According to the “Post” report, when Liverpool are away against Manchester City, their
Ticket allocations will be reduced by 600.
The Post understands security officials decided to act ahead of the April 1 spotlight after a number of troublesome incidents, including a 15-year-old girl who was “shaded for life”.
They told City that Liverpool deserved 2,400 tickets – a sharp drop from the 3,000 they usually get.
While City declined to comment, it is believed they had no choice but to comply with the advice of the safety advisory group.
The security team decided to take action after the teenage City fan was hit in the head by a coin-filled jar thrown by visiting fans during the League Cup clash in December, leaving him bleeding and wounded.
In any case, the reduction of 600 away tickets is an important move.