Liverpool community uneasy with plans for ice inhalation room
It is understood Newcastle’s stadium manager has contacted the Premier League but is refusing to discuss the situation with Newcastle.
This comes after an open letter signed by supporters and officials warned of the risk of “life-threatening events” if ice was used outside of a medical centre.
One attendee described a scene of “disgusting”, while another said: “Is this normal? We’ve seen this before.”
The club responded with a statement in which the Premier League said: “The Premier League is aware that there is concern amongst supporters and playerXO 카지노s about the potential for a risk of life-threatening events if equipment like inhalers have been used.
“Although our concerns do not relate specifically to the ice devices and are based entirely on our concerns about staff and staff equipment being used during certain medical exams, there are a number of factors that may cause this potentially dangerous situation to develop in the future.”
The FA’s response is due on Tuesday afternoon.
The players’ union also issued a statement yesterday, saying: “Fans have a right to respect and support their club – to protest against poor or inadequate planning or to express their views on match-day matters, but this right is not granted by the club or its officials.
“A group from the Football Association of Wales has made a statement to the club today on their own initiative. A response will be issued once this has been fully investigated.
“It would be very damaging골목 for the game, and for the players, if they were to use their freedom of movement to express their views without the support of the FA.”
The FA said: “The FA’s own investigation will be carried out by 넷마블 바카라independent body the Disciplinary Commission.”