Reports in the Spanish press have cited bars owners in Madrid who are concerned about English 'hooligans' ahead of this weekend's Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham.
The final will take place at Atletico Madrid's Wanda Metropolitano, with an expected 70,000 fans set to travel to the Spanish capital - 20,000 of whom are set to do so without tickets to watch the game inside the stadium.
It has apparently led to bar owners in the city voicing their concerns over potential hooliganism from travelling fans, with Spanish media outlet Marca running the story on their front page with the headline 'Fear', while an online story speaks of concern about 'hooligans'.
Concerns centre around the two designated fan zones - the Plaza de Colon for Tottenham supporters and the Felipe II for Liverpool - with one interviewee fearful that large groups could create a difficult situation.
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"The security of the premises cannot be guaranteed. We already had problems with 50 or 100 Serbs who came to see the basketball."
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"We are afraid that the same thing that happened in last season's semi-final between Liverpool and Roma. And that is why we have strengthened ourselves."
Fear regarding the potential for unrest has come from the expected 20,000 fans set to travel without tickets, with a hotel manager in the Goya region citing suggesting overcrowding could create tension.
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