Liverpool slam anti-gay chants geared toward Gilmour


Liverpool have condemned the “offensive and inappropriate” anti-gay chants geared toward Norwich City midfielder Billy Gilmour throughout Saturday’s 3-0 Premier League win at Carrow Highway.

Scotland worldwide Gilmour, who joined Norwich on mortgage this season from Chelsea, was focused by a piece of Liverpool followers through the match.

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The chants had been referred to as out on Twitter by ‘Kop Outs’, Liverpool’s LGBT+ Followers Group, with the Merseyside membership including: “The mantra is offensive and inappropriate — a message we’ve repeatedly communicated alongside Kop Outs.

“We urge supporters to recollect the inclusive values of the membership and to chorus from utilizing it sooner or later.”

Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah scored for Liverpool on Saturday as they acquired their 2021-22 league marketing campaign off to a flying begin.

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