The European Football Association (UEFA) has launched an independent investigation into the incident, while French Sports Minister Emilie Odea Castera said on Monday that her country would issue a report on the events of the match within 10 days.
The start of the match, which ended with the royal team winning 1-0, was delayed for more than half an hour after the French police confronted fans who wanted to force their way into the stadium, and riot police fired tear gas at fans, including women and children.
“We at Liverpool have asked for an investigation into what happened in Paris last Saturday. Not a report. I think these are two very different things. We wrote to UEFA again and asked specific questions. We would like them to clarify the details of these investigations,” Hogan said on the official Liverpool website. .
“We feel it is important for us to start investigations immediately and to clearly disclose the details,” the club official added.
For his part, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanan blamed Liverpool fans for what happened, saying that 30,000 or 40,000 of them did not have valid tickets to attend the match.
But the “New York Times” reported in a report that the organizers of the match seized only 2,589 fake tickets.
Hogan said: “I spoke to my counterpart at Real Madrid (Thursday) and he explained to me that his fans were in trouble as well. They have big reservations about the organization, including the police management of events on match day.”
He concluded his speech by saying: “According to my understanding, Real Madrid will reveal some details about that as well through its channels.”