In the last 1990, the Reds lifted the last league title. Since then, in the era of the Premier League, they have not won any. But it seems that the untouched glory has come to their front once again. But it seems that Liverpool will not be able to trophy celebration at the home venue.
After 1990, the Merseyside club has not tasted the league title but they won two Champions League trophies, UEFA Cup, FA Cup, League Cup. Even, they won the FIFA Club World Cup as well. But failed to win the Premier League. This time, the waiting might be over. But just one Coronavirus is going to take all the celebration of the Reds it seems.
Because of the Coronavirus, from the last March, the league season has been postponed. So, the Reds colourful season is already losing its color. From the next 17th June, the Premier League season will be resumed but it will be staged at the empty stadiums. So, if the Reds manages the trophy, they will have to celebrate it without the fans. It was absolute. But the latest news is, they will not be allowed to celebrate the trophy victory at their home venue Anfield.
Liverpool will almost certainly be denied the chance to win their first championship in 30 years at Anfield when football resumes next month. [Times] 🏟 pic.twitter.com/UppvaVDY8G
— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) May 29, 2020
In the day before yesterday, the decision has come through the meeting that the season will be resumed from next 17th June. And, most of the matches will maintain the home and away grounds only but except a couple of matches. The important matches where the fans might not follow the rules, they will be taken to the neutral grounds. And, in that case, it will bring no good to the Reds.
“The majority of remaining matches will be played, at home and away as scheduled, with a small number of fixtures taking place at neutral venues.”
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) May 29, 2020
After three decades, the league trophy is coming to the home. Will the fans of the Reds stay at home? If they get the confirmation, they might make their move to the Anfield. So, the UK Police does not want to take the risk. The English daily ‘The Times’ revealed that a few matches of the Reds will be taken at the neutral grounds.
Yes, Liverpool has accepted the decision. But which matches will be taken at the neutral venues, they have not been finalised yet.