It’s even an own goal Harry Maguire would be proud It is established that the bus was attacked Manchester United fans this week was NO carrying Liverpool’s first team as the first thought. Instead, it had a group of South African schoolboys.

Manchester United fans ‘accidentally injure’ South African schoolchildren

The incredible confusion happened on Monday night on the eve of one of the biggest football derbies. Man United and Liverpool fans’ hatred for each other is at an all-time high – and this group of fans thought they had an opportunity to scare the Scousers.

Breaking away from the protest against the property, some of those in attendance heard whispers that the Liverpool team bus was passing by. This idle gossip directed the crowd’s anger at the vehicle – beer cans and other objects were thrown at its windows.

Vile chants were also heard in the carriage and its passengers. But there was one rather fatal flaw in this whole operation. Man United fans did not scare the Liverpool team. Instead, they terrorized a group of visiting children from South Africa.

Mass own goal: beer, throwing objects at the bus with children from SA

Beeline VIP coaches confirmed via social media that it was THEIR bus that was caught in the chaos. In a scathing statement released yesterday, the travel agency branded the fans “idiots”, revealing that the children on board were “scared to death” by it all.

“Thank you idiots so much, we brought a group of kids to the game. They are Manchester United fans. We are all scared to death. Be sure that the children, the coach and the driver are all right. The coach was not injured or damaged – it was only necessary to wash it well!”

Beeline VIP trainers

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What’s more, if there was a flash of common sense, the beer-drinking morons would realize that the bus itself had “MANCHESTER” written on it in huge letters. It also had the emblem of the worker bee – a symbol representing the city and its inhabitants…

We don’t think any of the fans involved in this could get a good look at the back of the bus? – Photo: Beeline VIP Coaches / Twitter

The “hostile atmosphere” worsened outside Old Trafford.

Unfortunately, the damage was done. Adam Bradshaw is the owner of the company and he was also driving the bus on Monday night. He also confirmed that the South African kids had to “hide under their seats” and the mood was ruined before the big game.

“It was a school group from South Africa on a soccer tour. They came here to visit as many UK clubs as possible and play a few games. Part of the program was to go to the game last night because they are all massive Man United fans.”

“They were all wearing scarves and shirts and were excited about the game. Then we ended up near that pub, The Tollgate. They started throwing bottles and cans at us for absolutely no reason. Children huddled under the seats and in the aisles. It wasn’t good.” | Adam Bradshaw

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