Liverpool Vs Southampton: Why Southampton are taking their time on safe standing despite Liverpool Football club approval

Southampton is open to introducing a safe stand at St Mary’s but is still assessing the risk, although it has been approved at Old Trafford, Anfield, and Stamford Bridge. Southampton chief executive Martin Semmens said he would assess the possibility of introducing safe parking lots at St Mary’s Stadium but said the club would wait to consider the risks carefully before doing so.

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The Premier League Football clubs, at the moment, do not have strict plans regarding the ability to provide licensed parking lots. Last month, the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) unveiled plans to allow Premier League Football clubs and Championship clubs to offer licensed standings from January 1 next year.

The clubs were due to arrive on October 6 to apply to the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA), which can provide licensed parking spaces from January 1, 2022, which the Saints did not do. This will put an end to the ban on suspension in the top two categories of English football, which has been in operation for more than 25 years when all first and second reasons in England and Wales are required to legally settle everyone since 1994. For more to know About Liverpool Football Tickets.

This followed recommendations made in Taylor’s report on the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy, in which 97 Liverpool Football club fans lost their lives. Many clubs in the Premier League Football club including Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City Football Club, and Manchester United have recently introduced safe standing.

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But the Saints still hold some security about standing in the stadiums. We are new to that. We will look at it, we will process it well as we do anything else, and Semens told the Total Saints Podcast. I think it’s important to say that there’s a reason for them to take a safe stand and we should be 100 percent relieved that if we’re going to take you back, it’s safe, and we’re not putting anyone in danger.

I think it’s easier than that and we need to look ahead and say we have to do that job, as will the Premier League Football club. But it also builds momentum and as part of the Premier League and, like Southampton Football Club, we will watch it. It’s not the solution to everything, it doesn’t create high power or low ticket prices, but it is certainly something fans are interested in and we will work with the Premier League Football club to make sure it is safe and appropriate before we do it.

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