Nice deflection in mentioning Heysel by the way. That’s what the authorities did all them years ago too and it was a handy deflection from what really happened at Hillsborough by just pointing towards the hooliganism at Heysel.
14 Liverpool fans were found guilty of manslaughter and were jailed for their part in the Heysel tragedy. All of the blame for the tragedy was apportioned to Liverpool fans initially but in the aftermath the investigation found that some culpability lay with the authorities, and the crumbling state of the Heysel stadium. The club have done all they can over the years to try repair relations with Juventus and honour and remember the victims of Heysel. It was an awful tragedy and it shouldn’t have happened but sadly it did. What else do you think could and should be done?
Let’s be really clear here, Heysel happened mainly because of hooliganism and in part to a crumbling stadium. Hillsborough was caused by the failure of control by the South Yorkshire Police. The most recent coroner’s report found that the supporters were unlawfully killed due to grossly negligent failures by police and ambulance services to fulfil their duty of care to the supporters. The design of the stadium was also found to be to blame. The supports were completely exonerated from blame for the tragedy.
The ‘Always the Victim’ slur is 100% linked to Hillsborough and the city and families of the dead have had to deal with that slur for almost 30 years.