Irish Sunday Mirror|May 31, 2020
Liverpool Football Club – its staff, players, manager, officials and, indeed , supporters – feels affronted, even insulted, by the idea their matches may have to be moved to a neutral venue due to public safety issues.
Those with no affiliation to the champions-elect envisage the local streets being lined, several deep, and Stanley Park becoming a seething mass of celebrating supporters.
The reality is that we just do not know.
The reality is coronavirus has killed around 40,000 people in the United Kingdom – probably many more – and the reality is the North West and Merseyside continue to suffer badly.
That is what we do know at a time when scientists are forming an orderly queue to express fears that lockdown is being eased too quickly.
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May 31, 2020