Discussion in 'The Albert - LFC Talk' started by Maria, Apr 15, 2017.
I am proud to have been at the Celtic v Liverpool benefit match that was organised for the survivors families.
It was a privilege to have paid tribute to the 96 and their families.
It was a wonderful and fitting tribute to them and although it took a disgustingly long time for the families to get justice i was so glad that it finally happened.
I hope the links i post actually work.
God bless the 96
Thinking of the 96 and their families today.
God bless them all.
Remembering the 96 and thinking of their families. YNWA
God bless the 96 and all affected. Thoughts are with you at this time.
Never forget.. YNWA... Sleep easy.
You'll Never Walk Alone,RIP.
JFT96.....my thoughts will be there. Never forgotten.
God bless the 96, YNWA
You will never walk alone in the heaven
RIP to the 96. They are never forgotten.
I hope at 3.06 pm everyone stops for a minute to remember those poor unfortunate souls
RIP to the 96,
gone but never forgotten.
96 Never forgotten YNWA
RIP 96. You'll never be forgotten.
Another years has gone since 96 people went to a game of football and never came home.
RIP those 96!
I hope all the families have pictures of happier times in their minds and can reach for those to find memories and solace. I wish peace for those who have left and strength for those who remain.
28 years on, never forgotten. Thoughts are with the 96, the families, survivors and everyone affected by Hillsborough. YNWA.
RIP the 96...
Just said my prayer for those who never came home
And thoughts as always at this time for surviving friends and family members who lost somebody very close.
Hopefully you can find some comfort in that Justice has now been corrected and the truth is out there for everyone to know.
You'll Never Walk Alone
We are one family.
The wait for tickets for the game
The wait outside the Leppings Lane
The wait to chant and sing and shout
The wait to cheer and let it out
The weight of hope inside the ground
The weight of playing for the crowd
The weight of bodies pressing down
The weight of guilt in a bizzie's frown
The wait at home for final score
The wait at home for the front door
The wait to hear a loved one phone
The wait to see them safe at home
The weight of a copper's boot on the path
The weight of knuckles rat tat tat
The weight of grief a city feels
The weight of tears could fill Anfield
The wait for Truth to be made plain
The wait for courts to ease the pain
The wait for tawdry politics
Justice For The 96
RIP our brothers and sisters, until we meet once more.
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