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PHOTO: Luis Suarez with the JUSTICE scarf

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Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. Both Liverpool and Everton paid their respects by holding a memorial service to remember the 96 innocent souls who lost their lives on April 15, 1989.

Players and staff from both past and present were at Anfield on an emotionally charged day, and both managers, Brendan Rodgers and Roberto Martinez, delivered emotional speeches.

Rodgers said: “We will always strive to honour the families and the memory of the 96 that we lost. You’ll Never Walk Alone.”

96 red balloons were then released during a moving rendition of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. We found a picture of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez gazing at the ‘Justice for the 96′ scarf.

BlRd0WLIQAEJPuY PHOTO: Luis Suarez with the JUSTICE scarf

image courtesy: @propagandaphoto

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Comments (5)

  1. Feel touched by thousands of other teams fan who commemorated this sad event. Ac milan, Everton, Chelsea etc.

  2. No matter what team you follow or area or location of your abode!!
    You just have to think how horrifying it has been for the families and friends of the 96 and further more the other fans how gave been hurt and mentality effected !!!
    This hillsborough disater is a disgrace to human kind!!! And I wish the people that have done wrong be held accountable ASAP -
    Love to all 96 and anyone that has been effected -
    Ynwa – “give justice “

  3. Very sollom at Anfield yesterday.It was different from past memorial days. 25 yes and counting. The rendition of Walk on, truley was heart felt by all who attended, and I’m sure all who watched felt the same.
    All speakers deserve respect and admiration. The Families were amazing
    And deserve Justice Now. Not in another 25 yes.YNWA.
    PS, sorry to Luis, it was my scarf that took him by surprise. I threw
    It a bit hard. Sorry.

  4. from the bottom of my hearth I feel sad and touches of painful it is to lost those souls that were close to our hearth and the true fans of our dear club and ask GOD ALMIGHTY to give them peaceful and a perfect Rest Amen_YNWA.

  5. It’s really touching to see it’s already 25yrs of dat tragic event. I pray dat God Almighty will grant deir family d fortitude to bear d lost of dis innocent souls. 25 yrs and it’s a good news in addition if God will enable us to land d EPL did season in memory of dese souls. YNWA.