There's A Petition To Stop Liverpool Fans Making Petitions
Liverpool fans have been rather emotional because of everything that happened during the Champions League final, well it was a rollercoaster. But one fan has finally become annoyed enough at them to try and keep them quiet.
You know it's a good Champions League final when it's 10 days later and it's still being talked about with new plot twists and exciting news coming to fruition- it's like an exciting trial on a tv programme.
In case you've only developed a liking of football in the last 24 hours or you've just woken up from a coma, in which case Mazel Tov for coming through, then you'll know that the match between Liverpool and Real Madrid swung on three or four events
First there was Mo Salah going off injured because of Sergio Ramos' 'heinous act', and then there were Loris Karius' two mistakes. The number has since become four because of Ramos giving Karius a concussion.
Liverpool fans have been so annoyed at the Spaniard's actions during the game that there was a petition to stop him playing at the World Cup because he injured Salah and a second one to get the game replayed because of Karius.
Now though a non Liverpool fan has stepped forward to tell the Reds to shut up in the only way they apparently communicate anymore, a petition!
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The petitions hasn't exactly taken the internet by storm just yet but we're pretty sure that given the right time and exposure it could overtake the ones set up by Liverpool fans pretty quickly.
If you would like to sign it you can find it on change.org.
Ramos did execute a bit of shithousery to bring Salah down in the first half of the game, with Liverpool looking the more likely to score at the time, but the Spaniard could hardly have known he was about to injure the Egyptian in that way.
The incident on Karius brought up more questions to do with how football deals with concussion in matches and that perhaps it needs to copy the kind of protocols that now exist in rugby.
A petition to stop petitions is something we should all be on board with, well unless they're for something important.
The World Cup is now closer than the Champions League final, so can we put this to bed now Liverpool fans? You lost, it's over.
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