Fans of England falsified the alleged admissions and tickets to Wembley Stadium in London for the Euro 2020 final, causing defender Harry Maguire to leave his father injured, causing chaos. The Guardian newspaper reported on Wednesday that an anonymous fan reported that no-entry fans were using the Telegram messaging app to share tips that violate security before Sunday’s incidents and before Sunday’s incidents, adding anecdotal evidence of a planned event. When the report was revealed by Maguir, his father suffered two alleged ribs and breathed a sigh of relief after the incident.
Alan Maguire, 56, and Manchester United player agent Kenneth Shepherd were overwhelmed with no tickets when they entered the stadium before the start of the match between England and Italy.
“It wasn’t a nice experience, it shook me. It was scary. I don’t want anyone to experience that in a football game,” Maguire told British tabloid The Sun.
Bribery and forgery
A 24-year-old man – identified by his nickname “Pablo” – told The Guardian Telegram groups that hundreds of people were on their way to seek help with cards and security breaches, and estimated that 5,000 people had entered Wembley legally.
Fans received a purchase from buyers, some in exchange for 20 pounds ($ 28, $ 23) and others forged tickets on their behalf by altering photos of actual tickets to get tickets.
When about 300 people opened they were spilled from tickets for the disabled, the source said, adding that several fans were listing some fans who had actual tickets to pass through the carriageway.
Alan Maguire, who was injected in the ensuing violent riot, did not seek medical treatment as English fans urged security staff to enter the stadium and occupy the seats of paid spectators.
“My dad is a big fan. He kept going. He was struggling with his ribs because of his ribs, but he’s not doing a great run,” Harry Maguire said.
“He has been fortunate to have my nephew or one of my children on his shoulders in every game he has played,” the 28-year-old added.
The European football team’s UEFA government on Tuesday denounced the England Football Association for its disliked scenes and will appoint an “ethics and discipline inspector” to investigate pre-match events.
Among the offenses were fans of booing the Italian national anthem, lighting a fireworks display, invading the midfield game and throwing objects.
Police in London say they have made 86 arrests and injected 19 local officers in connection with the management of the Euro 2020 final.
He also said he would denounce the rational abuse of three black players from England who failed to score penalties, which has led to a turnaround in support of the fans.
The call for a permanent ban on racism created in the face of abuse has garnered more than a million signatures in two days.
Maguire has condemned the behavior of fans against the match, which he believes could hurt a joint UK-Ireland bid to host the 2030 World Cup finals.
He said the fans ’actions were“ completely wrong ”and that his father would still go to the games but would now be more conscious.
“Things could have been a lot worse but we need to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” he added.
Italy won 3-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw after extra time to secure their first European Championship since 1968.
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