After the testimony of the Mayor of Liverpool, Steve Rotheram, before the Senate, supporters of Liverpool and Real Madrid must in turn be heard next Tuesday at 4.30 p.m., as part of the investigation carried out by the Law and Culture after the Stade de France fiasco in the Champions League final.
Scenes of chaos had punctuated this match, won by Madrid (1-0), causing in particular the delay of the kick-off of the meeting. The PS group in the Senate, chaired by former Sports Minister Patrick Kanner, deemed Wednesday “essential to hear the testimonies of representatives of Liverpool club supporters, but also those of Real Madrid”.
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“Many supporters have been victims of acts of delinquency” near the stadium, they “must be able to give their version of the facts”, believe the PS senators. They could also have added the French police to the mix, with many fans having since testified to the brutality of the police towards them throughout the evening.