On Saturday at Wembley Stadium at Wembley Stadium, “Boss” was heard ringing when “Abide With Me” and the national anthem “God Save the Queen” were played before the start.
Even greater disapproval ensued when Prince William, a member of the royal family and chairman of the Football Association (FA), shook hands with Liverpool and Chelsea players.
Liverpool have won their eighth FA Cup win over Chelsea on penalties, and Klopp has described “most” of his fans as “great people”, even if he didn’t want to hear whiskey.
Of course, I have thoughts, but I think that in such situations it is best to ask the question: “Why is this happening?” Klopp said Monday before the Premier League match against Southampton.
“They wouldn’t have done it if there were no reasons. I haven’t been here long enough to understand the reason for this – it’s definitely something historical – and these are probably questions you can answer much better than I ever could.
“Most of our fans are great people. Really smart, going through ups and downs. They wouldn’t do it for no reason. “
The behavior of Liverpool supporters was met with widespread condemnation, and Johnson’s spokesman criticized the Reds’ vocal supporters.
Asked if the prime minister thought there was ever a justifiable reason to mock the anthem, he replied: “No. Obviously, the events of the weekend were very embarrassing, that when we celebrated The 150th anniversary of the FA Cup, which unites people that a small minority has decided to act in this way.
Lindsay Hoyle, speaker of the House of Commons, added: “I strongly condemn all the fans who whistled for Prince William at Wembley today.
“The FA Cup final should be an occasion when we come together as a country. He should not be spoiled by a minority of fans with absolutely shameful behavior.
“This year of all years – the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – it’s awful.”