sentiments I would point out that god had nothing to do with these deaths. They were caused by pure thuggery and criminality the like of which was prevelent whenever English teams crossed into Europe throughout the 70's and 80's. To think some still hark back to those good old days, and the atmosphere that existed back then. The atmosphere of hatred and fear both inside and outside the grounds. We should remember and mourn the dead Italian fans and be glad at least that those days are long gone in the Uk if not in places like poland and the Ukrain.
Juventus, compete for the European Cup in the final in Brussels. They never came home. There for the grace of God go we. May they all rest in peace. Rocco Acerra Bruno Balli Alfons Bos Giancarlo... more
Whilst applauding your Les Merrick,Tue May 29 20:12
The deaths were caused in part by the woefully inept Belgian F.A by selling tickets to Liverpool & Italian fans in the same area of a dangerously decrepit stadium, the Liverpool fans were generaly... more
The Italian fans were fighting as much as the Liverpool fans in fact actually kicking down the very same walls for "ammunition" to hurl at the scousers, like I say no excuses and I agree with Les... more
have to take their share of the blame for the organisational shambles, it remains that the development of hooliganism amongst football supporters at the time led to the behaviour from Liverpool fans... more