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      Annette
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #125: Apr 24, 2009 04:42:20 am
      Very new to this site, joined this morning and I live in Leeds, but so love and enjoy to visit Liverpool and see my team play.

      I so want this petition to be successful and for the families of the 96 who lost their lives on April 15th 1989 so they can mourn and have closure.
      « Last Edit: Apr 24, 2009 06:42:06 am by ayrton77, Reason: Posting in capital letters »
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #126: May 20, 2009 07:03:57 pm
          '''i called for  Justice  to the mp my son alan was at hilsborough and his 3 mates one of his mates Never came home his name David Mather has I sed \\\Justice/// Justice\\\Justice/// God Bless THE 96
      Quite a few very strange comments coming from you people. Since when did wearing Liverpool clobber make you a Liverpool fan? Since when did showing respect at the right time make you fit to attend. Since when was it fitting to invite a member of the Establishment that we are fighting to attend our personal day? since when did we decide that using camera phones at a memorial service is right and fitting. Do you all intend to film your parents funerals? Or were you there to catch a glimpse of your favourite player? Since when do we all decide to go because it is the 20th anniversary? Where were you all when we needed that turnout year after year? I felt sorry for the mug MP who delivered the establlishments message of good will. It was with the best intentions. Bit naive for an educated liar. (see expenses claims). I know you speak with the best will in the world and this website is a little politically correct, you ages are also against you but buy the book by Scoggins and learn about what happened. Most people should have turned their backs yesterday and sent the biggest message ever. they are not allowed in our stadium where our peoples dreams were born. Apologies but the truth is out there and not one day a year. Red till Dead.
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #127: Jul 27, 2009 05:47:59 pm
      J.F.T. 96
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #128: Oct 08, 2009 10:09:22 am
      Where can I get the j.f.t96 wristbands from?
      « Last Edit: Oct 08, 2009 01:51:20 pm by MsGerrard, Reason: Corrected spelling »
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #129: Oct 08, 2009 01:46:03 pm
      where can I get the j.f.t96 wirstbands form?

      Have a look at this thread, http://www.lfcreds.com/reds/index.php?topic=4306.0

      You can get them by post, e-mail or you can call into the HJC shop which is situated at the back of the Kop.
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #130: Oct 15, 2009 10:02:35 pm
      Anybody seen this before? Very moving poem.

      A schoolboy holds a leather ball
      in a photograph on a bedroom wall
      the bed is made, the curtains drawn
      as silence greets the break of dawn.

      The dusk gives way to morning light
      revealing shades of red and white
      which hang from posters locked in time
      of the Liverpool team of 89.

      Upon a pale white quilted sheet
      a football kit is folded neat
      with a yellow scarf, trimmed with red
      and some football boots beside the bed.

      In hope, the room awakes each day
      to see the boy who used to play
      but once again it wakes alone
      for this young boy's not coming home.

      Outside, the springtime fills the air
      the smell of life is everywhere
      viola's bloom and tulips grow
      while daffodils dance heel to toe.

      These should have been such special times
      for a boy who'd now be in his prime
      but spring forever turned to grey
      in the Yorkshire sun, one April day.

      The clock was locked on 3.06
      as sun shone down upon the pitch
      lighting up faces etched in pain
      as death descended on Leppings Lane.

      Between the bars an arm is raised
      amidst a human tidal wave
      a young hand yearning to be saved
      grows weak inside this deathly cage.

      A boy not barely in his teens
      is lost amongst the dying screams
      a body too frail to fight for breath
      is drowned below a sea of death

      His outstretched arm then disappears
      to signal fourteen years of tears
      as 96 souls of those who fell
      await the toll of the justice bell.

      Ever since that disastrous day
      a vision often comes my way
      I reach and grab his outstretched arm
      then pull him up away from harm.

      We both embrace with tear-filled eyes
      I then awake to realise
      its the same old dream I have each week
      as I quietly cry myself to sleep.

      On April the 15th every year
      when all is calm and skies are clear
      beneath a glowing Yorkshire moon
      a lone scots piper plays a tune.

      The tune rings out the justice cause
      then blows due west across the moors
      it passes by the eternal flame
      then engulfs a young boy's picture frame.

      His room is as it was that day
      for twenty years its stayed that way
      untouched and frozen forever in time
      since that tragic day in 89.

      And as it plays its haunting sound
      tears are heard from miles around
      they're tears from families of those who fell
      awaiting the toll of the justice bell.
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      Re: 20th Hillsborough Memorial Service at Anfield
      Reply #131: Dec 08, 2009 08:07:39 pm
      my uncle died at hillsborough his name was chris edwards and me and my family want justice ynwa uncle chris

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