Liverpool supports homosexuals in the Wolverhampton match today in the English Premier League.
The English club Liverpool announced its support for gay people in today’s match, scheduled for nine o’clock in the evening, against Wolverhampton, at Anfield, in the tenth round of the Premier League championship 2000 fans the first time since last March.
The official page of the English club Liverpool, on “Twitter,” published a tweet saying, “Football matches are available to everyone,” with the publication of a picture of the team leadership badge in rainbow colors, which is a gay slogan, with a comment by Jordan Henderson, the star of the team saying, “Football Available to everyone, no matter what it means to wear the rainbow badge. ”
Several English clubs have announced their support for LGBT people, including the English Football Association and the English League Clubs.
German coach Juergen Klopp enters the match tonight against Wolverhampton, hoping to win by snatching three valuable points, to close to regaining the top of the Premier League standings. He is currently separated from Tottenham Hotspur’s first place by a goal difference.
The Liverpool captain is hoping to take advantage of the ground factor and crowd presence for the first time since March 11th to deliver a strong match and a precious victory.
Liverpool is second in the Premier League standings with 21 points, on goal difference from leaders Tottenham Hotspur.
Wolverhampton occupies seventh place with 17 points.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 6, 2020