Liverpool offers home stadium monitors to help consumer outlets catch their players


The Premier League club, Liverpool, has offered to consumer shops the use of its stadium monitors to help them control the movement of their visitors during this period, given the heavy demand for supplies during the emerging Corona virus crisis.

Club CEO Peter Moore wrote on Twitter, “Message to supermarket managers (consumer stores) (…) Our stadium monitors (who are known in English as + Stewards +) are displaying their time and expertise to volunteer in helping crowd management, classroom management, Manage parking lots, help the elderly and the elderly to transfer their purchases to their cars … etc. ”

Moore considered that these are “the best in this field and would be happy to assist in any job that you think is appropriate and safe in your stores.”

These watchers, who usually wear yellow or orange jackets, assume several tasks, most notably organizing the entry and exit of fans to the stadium, their distribution in the stands, and observing them during the match period to control any violations.

Liverpool can currently dispense with these monitors in light of the suspension of local football competitions, as well as most sports activities around the world, in efforts to reduce the spread of the “Covid-19” virus.

The move comes in light of reports of workers in consumer shops in Britain and facing problems with the large influx of consumers coming to buy food heavily in light of the “Covid-19” outbreak and calls to stay at home and not leave it except for extreme necessities.

On Saturday, the authorities asked the population to act with greater responsibility and avoid emptying supermarket shelves of goods and not moving around the country to curb the increasing outbreak of the epidemic, whose spread has accelerated during the past days, and led to the death of 177 people.

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