Liverpool offer its staff to Merseyside supermarkets

first_imgHours before, the entity’s CEO, Peter Moore, sent a message to the managers of the Merseyside supermarkets. “Our stadium employees are volunteering their time and experience to help with crowd control, queue management, parking control, helping the elderly and infirm to bring their food to their cars, etc. They are truly the best and would be delighted to help you in any way you deem appropriate and safe, “he wrote on Twitter. The current European champion also confirmed that,” prioritizing the health and safety “of his fans and workers, he has decided to close its Bootroom restaurant as well as its official stores in the UK and Ireland from March 18 to April 4. The Anfield museum tour will also be closed. “The club understands that some fans may be disappointed. However, given the government’s latest advice on social distancing, we believe it is our duty to take decisive measures to protect our supporters and staff, “said the ‘network’ entity. Liverpool FC has confirmed the closure of all its facilities this Sunday and has offered the help of Anfield employees to nearby supermarkets. and he has asked fans for donations to help buy food for those affected by the coronavirus crisis. “The club is committed to continuing to help its community and those most in need. We have appealed to fans to donate food at Anfield. However, since these locations will remain closed until April 4, we encourage anyone to do so. want to make a donation via text message, “the statement said. The cost of the messages will go directly to Merseyside County Food Banks.last_img read more

by  OShea Bowens

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