Man Metropolis Deny Claims “Allez Allez” Chant Refers To Sean Cox
Manchester Metropolis have denied accusations that their gamers celebrated successful the Premier League with a chant regarding Liverpool fan Sean Cox or the Hillsborough tragedy.
A video emerged on social media over the past variety of days which appeared to point out Manchester Metropolis gamers and workers singing another model of the “Allez Allez Allez” tune, which is usually sung by Liverpool followers.
Lyrics to the tune makes reference to “crying within the stands” and being “battered on the streets” ultimately yr’s Champions League ultimate in Kiev, which Liverpool misplaced 3-1 to Actual Madrid. It additionally comprises the lyric “victims of all of it”.
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Metropolis have denied that the mantra in anyway pertains to Irish Liverpool fan Sean Cox who was attacked by Roma supporters forward of the Reds’ Champions League recreation with Roma final season
In an announcement a Metropolis spokesperson mentioned;
“The tune in query, which has been a daily chant in the course of the 2018-19 season, refers back to the 2018 UEFA Champions League ultimate in Kiev. Any suggestion that the lyrics relate to Sean Cox or the Hillsborough tragedy is fully with out basis.”
The accusations are available a making an attempt week for the membership, regardless of them successful this season’s Premier League, pipping rivals Liverpool to the title.
A report had emerged within the New York Occasions which outlined that UEFA could be recommending a Champions League ban for the membership following the conclusion of a prolonged investigation into their monetary conduct.