Paul Robinson was adamant that Liverpool fans will congregate wherever their final games are played as authorities consider forcing the Premier League leaders to play select fixtures at neutral venues.
The former England international, speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, claimed fans would arrive outside the stadium even if the Reds’ final three games were played in the Outer Hebrides.
The BBC revealed that the police and Premier League are fearful of fans gathering at Anfield or away grounds to celebrate winning their first top-flight title in 30 years.
Therefore, the relevant authorities are considering a proposal that would see the Reds play at neutral venues in any fixture in which they could win the Premier League title.
Robinson made the controversial suggestions the authorities have a near impossible job in keeping fans away when the Premier League returns.
“Wherever you play the game, if it is in this country and Liverpool win the title, you will have one hell of a job to keep fans away wherever it is,” he told Football Insider.
“You could play Liverpool’s final three games in the Outer Hebrides and you will still get some staunch fans turning up – I am certain of it.
“I do not know how you can police it. These fans have waited years to see a moment like this.
“As much as we all know everyone should follow the rules we have seen people flaunting the rules on a daily basis.
“You can play one at Lands’ End and one at John o’Groats but if Liverpool win the title there will be fans there.”
Manchester City host Arsenal on 17 June and if they lose, Jurgen Klopp’s side can win the league in their next fixture – away to Everton in the Merseyside derby.
The Reds are 25 points clear of second-placed Manchester City with nine games to play.
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