THE London bar where a Liverpool FC fan was stabbed to death the night before the Carling Cup final has had its licence suspended.
Alex Jarmay, 26, of Bromborough, Wirral, had travelled down to the capital with his brother Luke, 22.
They were out together in Camden, north London, when they were attacked.
Police and paramedics were called to the scene late on the evening of February 25 and found Alex Jarmay suffering from stab wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A post-mortem found he died from a single stab wound to his chest.
The stabbing happened outside Bar Uno, in Inverness Street, Camden.
Alex’s brother Luke also suffered injuries in the incident and needed stitches for a wound.
Police requested the suspension of the licence pending a full review by the local authority Camden Council.
This is scheduled to take place on March 27.
The pub will only re-open if the hearing decides to renew the licence.
Alex was a former pupil of Wirral Grammar School for Boys.
His family said the transport distribution worker only got a seat on a fans’ coach at the last minute to watch Liverpool FC at Wembley.
Distraught relatives remembered him as a “gentle giant” and devoted uncle.