Fears are growing over capacity at Anfield Road as Liverpool fans send a worrying message to Newcastle.

Liverpool is afraid that the new Anfield Road stand reduces the state during the game.When Eric took pictures for 10 years, UNITD was officially opened at Manchester United, where the tomatoes played for 50 years on December 17. The tomatoes slept in 1/4 and December 23 and December 23, December 23, and there is no place to be a stadium in each of the three games. .

Liverpool was designed for a long time on the Loar stadium two years ago. Reds installed 7,800 railways in the campaign before 2021/22, with over 2,500 people over 2,500 people in the last season. The most recent phase of installation earlier this year saw the installation of 3,000 additional rail spaces in the remaining blocks 202-208, including track 33 at Cope.

However, installation is not possible in the newly extended cabins. Standing fan. This means that if the club continues to operate, it may be subject to sanctions by the relevant authorities.There are concerns within the club that the issue could put Anfield at risk of operating at reduced capacity. This means that fewer fans may show up when demand for tickets is not as high. Standing is also a safety hazard.

Liverpool have raised concerns about fans buying tickets in this area of ​​Anfield ahead of Newcastle United’s New Year visit and are determined to avoid a similar situation where the crowd gathered at last week’s game against Arsenal. A small number of Anfield fans are believed to have been turned away following what the custodian described as “unforgivable abuse” when they tried to limit the number of people standing with Mikel Arteta’s men during the draw. 

Work to expand the stadium’s capacity began with Jurgen Klopp’s “renovation” ceremony at the end of September 2021, with plans to increase the total capacity from 54,000 to 61,000. However, attendance at Anfield is currently around 57,000 due to catering facilities and unfinished ground floor areas.

Liverpool hope to open their doors to 61,000 people by the end of January, but the current situation could affect this in the future. The 7,000-seat extension, costing around £80m, was due to open in August. But the trip to Bournemouth was suspended earlier this month after original contractor Buckingham Group went into administration.

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