The chant in question parodied Liverpool's famous "Allez, Allez, Allez" and apparently contained the incendiary lyrics "battered in the streets", "crying in the stands" and "victims of it all".
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been named the Premier League Manager of the Season after his side's successful run in the league.Manchester City, on Sunday, clinched the Premier League title which was their second consecutive title.
Cox sustained brain injuries following an attack in the build-up to Liverpool's Champions League semi-final with Roma a year ago, with three Italians sent to prison for their offences. Cox suffered a significant brain injury.
But Giggs doesn't think that they have quite secured a legacy yet. Besides, "Getting battered in the streets" refers to Sean Cox, who was beaten by Roma fan previous year.
Those two lines including "Kompany injured Salah" and "getting battered in the streets" came as a shock to the footballing world.
City released a statement Tuesday saying the club has provided "comprehensive proof" that it did not break financial regulations, but the person said the Champions League ban is being pursued by UEFA financial investigators, confirming a New York Times report.
Liverpool fans were understandably not happy with the song. It is a shame, nonetheless.
Europe's governing football body has leaked information regarding an investigation into Manchester City's financial matters, with a potential breach in financial fair play being the major reason. There was a furious exchange between Ederson and Jose Mourinho in the dressing room.
When asked about whether Manchester City were on their way to achieving greatness, Giggs replied, "It's a conversation, because of what they're doing and the players that they've got, the age of the group".