Very emotional service, as Crouchinho says it's very moving too. I can only imagine the emotions being felt actually being at the service.
You can just sense it that emotions are high cant you? The loud rounds of applause for our Red men, the families, the tributes - there is a tight knit feel and a sense of pride but a will to fight for justice. Thats the way it should be, i was/am so proud to be a red today in particular.
A very moving ceremony, what people didn't see was the organisation of it, thousands of people being herded in with nowhere to sit. Originally only Kop entrance open, then they realised that they had underestimated the turn out and opened the Lower Centenary, this then got full and they had to open the Main Stand, meanwhile, no-one knew where they were going or anything and it was a free for all trying to get in and get seats. A bloody shambles on today of all days. Safety should of been of paramount importance today and it was a total mess.
Other than that, I had the lovely company of Kenny, tommo, MsG, Gow and Andy (RED1028)
I did notice thats smiggs, the fact that fans were left to watch and pay their respects with backs being showed to them said it all.
Also, the announcer (forget his name) lost it completely. I was really saddened to hear of his lack of control and preparation during his speech and his little dig at those who stand at football games. Really, really saddened by that.