“As a family, we couldn’t believe the pain and horror the families would get by receiving the news that their loved ones wouldn’t be coming home from a football match.
How can anyone die watching the game they love?
That isn’t right.
That isn’t fair.
What happened after wasn’t right or fair either.
To have to fight for the good names of the ones you lost was appalling.
But as my chairman said a year ago, the authorities took on the wrong city if they thought they were going to get away with that.”
Eloquent as ever and from the heart, Roberto Martinez class act, a true gent of the game.
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