Banners bearing slogans calling for the removal of Liverpool’s American ownership were on view outside Anfield before the team’s Premier League match against Newcastle as English football fans continued to show their dissatisfaction about the aborted European Super League project on Saturday.
The protests on Anfield Road were muted compared to those by several hundred Arsenal fans outside Emirates Stadium on Friday ahead of its game against Everton. The sentiments were similar, however, with club owners the targets of criticism.
“£nough is £nough FSG Out,” and “Henry, You have blood on your hands,” were the words on some of the banners, referencing Fenway Sports Group and principal owner John Henry.
There were around 150 Liverpool fans outside the stadium and they greeted the players and management with warm applause as the team bus arrived at Anfield.
That highlighted the separation…