Here is your Liverpool morning digest for Monday, November 29.
Liverpool fans raise question over Sadio Mane incident in win against Southampton
Southampton’s Jan Bednarek received a yellow card for a challenge on Mane but Liverpool fans believed the defender should have been sent off.
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Mane appeared to be in deep conversation with the referee himself and gestured there had been a stamp on his leg.
One supporter tweeted: “Only one that thinks that Bednarek challenge could have been a red? Studs showing and high up.”
Liverpool fans close to ‘ground-breaking’ FSG deal that could change football
Any future involvement of Liverpool in another version of the European Super League would have to have the agreement of supporters after a ‘ground-breaking’ deal was reached with club owners Fenway Sports Group.
Spirit of Shankly, the recognised Liverpool supporters union, had a motion passed at their AGM on Saturday morning that recommended the approval of a proposal that would make it a legal requirement for FSG to gain consent from fans should they ever wish to embark on another ESL plot or make moves to take the club away from Anfield.
The ESL launch crashed and burned within 48 hours and FSG supremo and Liverpool principal owner John Henry recorded a video apology to fans over the move, shouldering the blame for the idea.
Since then there has been a concerted effort to bring about new levels of fan engagement to put in place safeguards around similar things happening in the future.