Comic Davies gets death threats over Hills­bor­ough rant

Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By REX ROW­LAND

But some sick fans took to Twit­ter to threaten the co­me­dian and warn him he will be killed if he ever steps foot in the city.

Speak­ing dur­ing his pod­cast The Tues­day Club Davies said: “Liver­pool and the 15th – that gets on my tits, that sh*t. What are you talk­ing about ‘We won’t play on the day’? Why can’t they? COMIC Alan Davies has re­ceived death threats af­ter he slammed Liver­pool FC for re­fus­ing to play on the an­niver­sary of the Hills­bor­ough tragedy.

The QI star’s rant over the club’s re­fusal to stage matches on April 15 in trib­ute to the 96 fans who lost their lives in 1989 has up­set many.


“My mum died on Au­gust 22nd. I don’t stay in all day then.

“Do they play on the date of the Hey­sel Sta­dium dis­as­ter? How many dates do they not play on?”

He has do­nated £1,000 to the Hills­bor­ough Jus­tice Cam­paign but that wasn’t enough for some fans who posted their outrage on Twit­ter.

One wrote: “Go kill your­self, you hor­ri­ble c***, dis­repect­ing peo­ple who lost their lives, come to liver­pool so you get what you de­serve”.

An­other posted: “Ab­so­lutely shock­ing com­ments from you, all re­spect lost C***, try go­ing to liver­pool now you will f****** die”.

One added: “stay out of Liver­pool you c*** Davies. God I’d love to be there when you get what you de­serve. Sleep with one eye open you c***.”

But the many Liver­pool fans at­tacked the death threat fans.

One Tweeted: “What­ever he said this re­ac­tion is out of or­der, mo­rons.”

RE­AC­TION: Comic Davies has sparked

fans’ fury

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