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Monday, 17 September 2012

Merseyside United, When Rivalry Not Everything

Everton's game against Newcastle United, there is something very touching tribute related to Hillsborough tragedy. Everton are specifically set up such a beautiful tribute to the 96 Liverpool fans who died in the tragedy.
Dua anak memakai kostum Liverpool dan Everton sebagai tribut tragedi Hillsborough/LFC
Although the Toffees are rivals of the Reds, they respect and always support related justice pathetic tragedy in the world of football.

In tribute, seen two children dressed in costumes Everton and Liverpool holding hands. And wearing costumes numbered nine and six indicating 96 Hillsborough victims. It is confirmed that Merseyside united city for 96 victims of Hillsborough, "Merseyside United".

Everton is also a photo of the victim with a 96's classic song The Hollies' He Is not Heavy, He's My Brother. "

"I want to thank all the staff and fans of Everton related tribute and support they provide to families of the victims of Hillsborough. We are indeed rivals, however, the two clubs have always supported each other. Currently rivalry like this show is not everything. It demonstrate the uniqueness of the city of Liverpool, "said Liverpool director Ian Ayre.

Manager David Moyes also spoke about the Hillsborough tragedy. "I and everyone at Everton along with the Hillsborough families. I am a football fan, a father, and proud to see that the family continues to struggle for the sake of someone they care about."
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