Rafa, Sterling, Gerrard & more pay tribute on 30th anniversary of Hillsborough disaster

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Liverpool’s rivalries were set aside on Monday as figures across football stopped to pay tribute to the 96, and those affected by the Hillsborough disaster.

Monday marks 30 years since the tragedy at Hillsborough in 1989, and Anfield served as the scene for a poignant minute’s silence the day before.

Jurgen Klopp‘s Reds and their opponents Chelsea stood around the centre circle as those in attendance all paid their respects to those who lost their lives that day in Sheffield.

April 15 will remain an emotional day for the club long into the future, and its impact is clear on those who have any connection with Liverpool.

 

Rafa Benitez and Raheem Sterling were among the ex-Reds to mark the anniversary on social media…



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Jft96 ??never forgotten

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There is no rivalry on this day, with Everton and Man United among those in remembrance…
















 

Survivors, and members of the Hillsborough families, shared their memories…










 

St George’s Hall was adorned with flowers, banners and lanterns ahead of a silence at 3.06pm…






 

And many fans took to Twitter to reflect on the anniversary…





https://twitter.com/KellyCates/status/1117686194404564992


https://twitter.com/TheKopMagazine/status/1117673572678406146
https://twitter.com/TheKopMagazine/status/1117762178747174912



https://twitter.com/ByrneLan/status/1117679469731504128



https://twitter.com/MartinBusk/status/1117645555189022721


You’ll Never Walk Alone.

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