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arsegrapes 3:31 Fri Mar 16
Scousers at it again
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/some-kind-sick-joke-liverpool-12196266

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Balto 7:52 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Perhaps Top Shop will launch a range of spittle resistant children's clothing.

Garth Algar 4:58 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
I'm about as tired of the 'Justice for the 96' campaign as I am, the 'Find Madeleine' bollocks.

Both cases are based on myth and misinformation.

Neither has actually helped the real victims either.

Sven Roeder 12:30 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Of course as Kenny Dalglish said Heysel happened because some other Italian fans had thrown some stones at Liverpool fans a year before
It’s the fault of Roma fans
And Juve fans for getting in the way

Mad Dog 12:22 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Claretandbluedagger
Scousers
Offended by everything ashamed of nothing

kirok1 12:12 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Must admit, does always rankle with me that they crow constantly about their own tragedy and who was responsible but have never admitted their own part or guilt in Heysel...

Hypocrites, the whole bloody city.

Vexed 12:03 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
This is funny and is someone having a blatant pop at the micks. How it managed to get to be sold online is quite odd though, it's a proper shit item.

Sven Roeder 11:07 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Seems a bit disingenuous of Topman to come up with their ‘explanation’

Personally I think they should have just put ‘Heysel Justice for the 39’ around the neck.
With ‘always the victims , it’s never your fault’ up one arm

claretandbluedagger 10:53 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
Would these be the same Liverpool fans who chanted "Luis Suarez" at Evra a few weeks ago? They weren't so easily offended then...

El Scorchio 10:35 Sat Mar 17
Re: Scousers at it again
I heard some woman on the news talking about this yesterday with what I thought was quite breathtaking arrogance in places. First of all absolutely panning Topman as you’d expect but going on to say that ignorance is no excuse and everyone in the country should know or be educated about Hillsborough. They really need a bit of perspective and humility at times.

I think it’s quite galling when I constantly see the massive juxtaposition between how Hillsborough and Heysal are remembered and acknowledged (or not acknowledged) in that part of the country.

Ronald_antly 11:29 Fri Mar 16
Re: Scousers at it again
stoneman

Looks like you've decided to retire the numbers 1 to 93 inclusive too.

stoneman 11:25 Fri Mar 16
Re: Scousers at it again
I think we should retire the number 96, never utter it again.

So when we are counting to 100 it’s now 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100

Mad Dog 10:19 Fri Mar 16
Re: Scousers at it again
I initially thought the karma thing was a reference to heysel

JohnnyL 3:52 Fri Mar 16
Re: Scousers at it again
Must admit it is an odd coincidence but the whole Liverpool victim thing is ridiculous when I hear people being interviewed saying why didn't they use 1996 instead of 96! Now the Scousers have a monopoly on a year! That said an obscure Bob Marley remix from 1996 which wasn't a hit doesn't need to have 96 on the back - it's hardly iconic !

Pub Bigot 3:34 Fri Mar 16
Re: Scousers at it again
Seems a tad coincidental.

Red & White, 96 and Karma written on it.

Though I think the whole offended thing is bollocks.

Top Shop either have very limited self awareness for a company, or the designer of that shirt is a die hard Man United supporter.





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