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In A Wembley Rush Harry Maguires Father 56 Had His Ribs Shattered As Ticketless Fans Crashed The Final

After being trapped in a stampede with numerous ticketless supporters trying to get into Wembley Stadium, Harry Maguire’s father shattered his ribs on his way to his Euro 2020 final seat, according to a terrifying video.
Alan Maguire, 56, was going to see his son, 28, play for England in the tournament final versus Italy, but he was seriously injured when entering the stadium through Gate G, which was reserved for the families of the Three Lions players.
The footballer’s father could be seen in apparent distress in a video released by The Sun, wrestling past bodies at the entrance.
Kenneth Shepherd, Maguire’s agent, was also caught up in the crush of bodies before the two proceeded to the area of Wembley Stadium where the players’ families are placed.
Harry acknowledged said his father had ‘a few injuries’ while attempting to get entry to the stadium, and that he was happy that none of his children or other younger relatives accompanied Alan to the game.
Before the Euro 2020 final, Harry Maguire’s father was trapped in a stampede of ticketless supporters at the players’ families’ gate of Wembley stadium. The 56-year-old suffered broken ribs in the stampede, which also included Harry’s agent. ‘It wasn’t a great experience – it shook him up,’ the England international told The Sun.
‘But, he was lucky in that he had my nephew or one of my children on his shoulders at every game he attended.’
‘My father was caught up in the stampede.’
I haven’t talked to him much, but I’m glad my kids didn’t attend the game.
So I’m glad it didn’t happen because it could have been a really dangerous situation.’ ‘That was terrible – he said he was afraid, and I don’t want anyone to have to go through that at a football game.’
Because of his ribs, he had trouble breathing afterwards, but he’s not one to make a fuss.’ A crush of bodies emerged at Gate G of Wembley stadium – where the players’ families enter Harry Maguire was grateful that his father (right) did not bring any younger members of the family to Sunday’s final Sportsmail revealed that the families of England stars were forced to flee from tic.
They were also the victims of attempted ticket thefts at pick-up locations and long lines as they attempted to enter the stadium through Gate G.
On a night when the Metropolitan Police made 53 arrests at Wembley Stadium, several family members arrived to discover their seats occupied by hooligans who had stormed in without tickets.
Andrea Mancini, the son of Italy manager Roberto Mancini, had his seat removed and had to watch the first half from the stadium stairs.
Ticketless supporters burst through security to assault Wembley Stadium before the game, taking seats from England stars’ families, including the Maguires (above). Other England stars’ families, some of whom had little children with them, described gangs of guys lingering around the turnstiles trying to seize their tickets as they approached the entry.
After asking someone to shift from their assigned seat, at least one member of a players party is claimed to have been verbally abused.
Meanwhile, Lando Norris, a Formula One driver, was’shaken’ after being mugged for his PS40,000 watch after the final.
A McLaren team official claimed the 21-year-old was ‘understandably shaken’ after the event.
It is reported that 5,000 ticketless yobs invaded Wembley for Sunday’s Euro 2020 final versus Italy. According to one story, UEFA estimates that over 5,000 ticketless fans found their way into Wembley for Sunday’s final.
Nevertheless, after a thorough inquiry is finished, that figure might possibly rise.
On Sunday, police made 86 arrests, including 53 at Wembley Stadium, for a variety of offenses including public order, ABH, drunk and disorderly, and criminal damage.
Injuries were sustained by a total of 19 cops.
The FA was penalised by UEFA this week for fan invasion of the field of play, throwing of objects by fans, disruption caused by fans during the national anthem, and lighting of a firework by fans.
The allegations came just three days after the FA was fined PS25,630 for crowd issues at Wembley Stadium, including the use of a laser pointer on Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel during England’s semi-final victory.
The events of Sunday harmed the United Kingdom and Ireland’s chances of hosting the 2030 World Cup, a plan first announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in early March.
Notwithstanding the problems at the Euro 2020 final, UEFA confirmed on Friday that Wembley will host the 2024 Champions League final.

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