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Remembering Heysel: 33 Years

Discussion in 'The Away End' started by RajahRar, May 29, 2018.

  1. RajahRar

    RajahRar Pretty cool guy, for a Scouser.

    Mar 11, 2014
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    Thoughts are with the families of the 39 victims of the Heysel stadium disaster. 32 Italians, 4 Belgians, 2 French and 1 Northern Irish who went to a football match and didn't return.

    RIP to the 39.

    Rocco Acerra
    Bruno Balli
    Alfons Bos
    Giancarlo Bruschera
    Andrea Casula
    Giovanni Casula
    Nino Cerullo
    Willy Chielens
    Giuseppina Conti
    Dirk Daenecky
    Dionisio Fabbro
    Jacques François
    Eugenio Gagliano
    Francesco Galli
    Giancarlo Gonnelli
    Alberto Guarini
    Giovacchino Landini
    Roberto Lorentini
    Barbara Lusci
    Franco Martelli
    Loris Messore
    Gianni Mastrolaco
    Sergio Bastino Mazzino
    Luciano Rocco Papaluca
    Luigi Pidone
    Bento Pistolato
    Patrick Radcliffe
    Domenico Ragazzi
    Antonio Ragnanese
    Claude Robert
    Mario Ronchi
    Domenico Russo
    Tarcisio Salvi
    Gianfranco Sarto
    Giuseppe Spalaore
    Mario Spanu
    Tarcisio Venturin
    Jean Michel Walla
    Claudio Zavaroni

    It shouldn't have taken sacrifices like theirs to finally get those in charge to work to provide an environment truly safe enough to take your children to, but it did.

    Never forgotten. RIP the 39.
  2. Big Papi

    Big Papi Bogger

    Feb 6, 2014
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    33 years. Still not enough done.

  3. gasman

    gasman Mr Whippy

    Feb 23, 2014
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    This is the first time I’ve ever seen this subject commemorated by any scouser.
    I’d be impressed if I thought the op wasn’t just after some extra nice guy points.

    R.I.P the 39

    Cost the lives of many supporters and cost English clubs greatly during some of Europe’s most defining years.

    5 year ban that ultimately cost English clubs much more. Took almost another 5 years (after the ban) for us to recover our coefficient points. Many sides denied entry into European competitions due to reduced places being allocated.
    Banned from playing football at all in Belgium.

    Shame of English football in Europe and creator of “the darkest hour in the history of UEFA competitions”. Liverpool F.C

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