Being a Liverpool fan all my life, I'd like to request BHW Community to take some time to pay tribute and to remember the incident that happened 20 years ago that took 96 lives and hundreds more injured, and apparently Britain's worst sporting disaster. (Youngest dead was at the age of 10) Chelsea may knocked us out from the Champions League last night, but that will be immediately forgotten today when all Liverpool fans around the globe remember 96 fans travelled to Hillsborough to watch a football match and never came back. From Liverpool FC Official Website: Twenty years ago today, 24,000 Liverpool fans travelled to a football match. 96 never returned. On the anniversary of Britain's worst sporting disaster, we want the world to see the faces of the fans whose hopes and dreams for the future ended that day. Collectively they've become known as 'The 96' but to the families and friends they left behind, they were simply a dad, a son, a brother and a sister; a cousin, an auntie, an uncle and a grandad; a boyfriend, a husband, a soul mate and a best friend. As a letter written for this website by the wife of one of those supporters who never came home so eloquently put it, 'To the world my husband is one of the 96, but to me and his children, he was always our number one.' Today, as Liverpool Football Club and fans everywhere mark the 20th anniversary of the disaster, we're putting faces to the names who, to those who didn't know them, only exist as a list etched into the Hillsborough Memorial marble. 24,000 tickets, 23 turnstiles, 2 criminally overcrowded pens, 96 dead, 766 injured, 20 years ago today - numbers alone don't even begin to tell half the story of a disaster that has shaped Liverpool Football Club and the fans that will forever follow it. Probably the most significant number in this whole sorry tragedy is the one that depicts the age of each victim on the slide show below. That number, and the faces staring back at you - captured during happier times without a care in the world - tells you everything you need to know about why the events of April 15 1989 and the fans who died that day will never ever be forgotten. Read it all here: http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldown/N163964090414-2356.htm I was just browsing thru that site and found that "Letter From The Heart" parts and GOD I couldn't even finish the first paragraph. It was just so sad. I cried. Duh I know what a pussy but Liverpool is one of the most important thing in my life and everything about it makes sense to me and I'm emotional about it. If you want to know more just search "Hillsborough" on youtube and you'll find lots of videos including afew about The Sun newspaper telling lies few days after the incident. FUCK YOU THE SUN! Rest In Peace 96. You'll Never Walk Alone.