- City also said in their statement that "any suggestion that the lyrics relate to Sean Cox or the Hillsborough tragedy is entirely without foundation".
- Sean Cox was left with brain injuries after being attacked before Liverpool played Roma at Anfield in the Champions League in April 2018.
- Three Italian fans were jailed for their part in the attack.
Manchester City have been criticised over a video that appears to show players and staff joining in a song that celebrates Liverpool fans being "battered in the street".
The video is thought to have been captured on an aircraft as the club's travelling party returned from a 4-1 Premier League win at Brighton.
That victory saw the Blues beat Liverpool to the title by one point.
It is unclear which players and staff - if any - are joining in the singing.
The song - which City described in a statement as a "regular chant during the 2018-19 season" - recalls Liverpool's defeat in last year's Champions League final in Kiev.