Reds fans not worst behaved - Platini

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UEFA president Michel Platini has denied Liverpool fans are the worst-behaved in Europe while his organisation´s spokesman William Gaillard has been called a "clown" by the Anfield club´s co-owner Tom Hicks.

Gaillard, who enraged Liverpool earlier in the week by referring to a dossier of 25 incidents involving the club´s fans at European matches, has also been called on to resign by a Liverpool fans group official.

Gaillard had said: "We know what happened in Athens, and Liverpool fans were the cause of most of the trouble there. There have been 25 incidents involving Liverpool fans away from home since 2003 and these are in the report - most teams´ supporters do not cause any trouble at all."

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