The council has erected a fence on a part of the city center square that it was England focused on wild celebrations after defeating Denmark Reaching the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday.
Although the majority of supporters behaved, Three fans were arrested Amidst the pleasant scenery in Stevenson Square in Manchester City Center on Wednesday.
It has been revealed today that the council has closed a section of Stevenson Square to preserve its famous public works of art.
Counter John Connor Lyons, who represents the town’s Pacedale Ward, tweeted a picture of the fence next to a picture of supporters celebrating Wednesday night.
He said: “It’s a shame, but it’s true. When councilors ask to preserve public artwork and planting space, they thank the council for working.
“We all want it to come home, but no damage has been done to the taxpayers.”
Supporters are expected to gather at the same venue for Sunday’s final against Italy.
As the referee blew the final whistle on Wednesday night, a party atmosphere was created throughout Greater Manchester.
After a dramatic Hurricane goal in the 104th minute of the game, fans in Stevenson Square were caught chanting and chanting slogans.
Police saw in the pictures how some got on the bus stop.
The friends waved to each other and tore their shirts in celebration.
Several policemen were shown a picture of them standing, and when it was discovered, the bus began to climb over the shelters.
Greater Manchester Police later confirmed that officers arrested three people in Stevenson Square, two for assaulting police and one for criminal damage.
However, most members of the party passed without a hitch.
A huge inflatable football can be seen thrown among the crowd – and the flags of England were held together between the song.
The party atmosphere was mimicked in Russia, located on Wolslow Road.