Liverpool FC Mourns 96 Fans Who Died In A Tragedy

English Premier League side and UEFA Champions League winners, Liverpool FC, have expressed their heartfelt with the death of their fans, numbering ninety-six, including children, men and women who had died thirty-one-years ago at Hillsborough.

Liverpool, amid the coronavirus pandemic, could not forget a memory as such, having such a huge life loss of its fans.

The club took to its official account on the microblogging site, Twitter on the early hour of Wednesday, April 15 to pay tribute to their ‘unforgettable fans’, as noted in the post, and also to express heartfelt with the family of the affected persons.

See the tweet below:

Meanwhile, there have been rumours that ‘The Reds’ might in the coming summer opt for PSG star, Kylian Mbape, should their Senegalese forward, Sadio Mane decided to make a move to Real Madrid.

It is no longer news that Sadio Mane is one of Liverpool’s key players, and has been doing great for the club since his signing a few years now.

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