Liverpool fans paid a classy tribute to an Everton fan who died on the Bramley Moore construction site.
Liverpool fans paid their respect to the Everton supporter who sadly diedPremier League Productions
Everton took to social media during the week to pay tribute to ‘a lifelong Evertonian who followed the Toffees home and away’.
“We will now be working with Michael’s family on an appropriate and lasting tribute,” they added.
Liverpool fans also paid their respects on Saturday as they put the clubs’ rivalry aside with a classy gesture.
During the 26th minute of their home clash against Bournemouth, supporters in the Kop End at Anfield held an Everton flag aloft.
They also sang the iconic ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ as an applause rang out around the stadium.
Earlier in the day, Jurgen Klopp attended the site along with his squad and staff and laid a boquet in memory of Michael.
They also held a moment’s silence as they showed their respects before the match.
Everton have played at their historic home of Goodison Park since 1892, 14 years after they were founded.
Their new ground is being built on the banks of the River Mersey in Liverpool and is set to cost around £760million.
Work is due to be completed late on in 2024 and will have a capacity of 53,000 once opened.