Premier League champions Liverpool may be going through a rough patch right now but they still have reason to celebrate as they never had an official parade following their league success last season.
Due to lockdown restrictions Liverpool had to receive the Premier League trophy in an empty Anfield and were unable to host a parade due to the ban of large crowd gatherings.
It was promised that once everything had died down and Covid was under control that a parade would be held so Liverpool fans could celebrate their long awaited league title victory.
Last seasons triumph was Liverpools first ever Premier League win and their first league win in thirty years.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is doubtful a gigantic parade will be able to take place this summer despite the publishing of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown writes the Daily Mail.
Over 750,000 people showed up for the Reds Champions League victory parade in 2019 and its possible a similar crowd of people will hit the streets for the Premier League parade.
‘If it’ll be possible to celebrate with 600-800,000 fans in the street in summer? I don’t see that.
‘Maybe I’m not positive enough. But there’s no need to think about that yet.’ said Klopp.