18/04/2009

It's twenty years this week since 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives at Hillsborough in Sheffield. This week's World Football remembers the worst disaster in British football history in the company of Alan Green - who was at Hillsborough on the day. Alan talks about his memories of the tragedy and talks to Professor Rogan Taylor who was chairman of the Football Supporters Association in 1989 and was also at the game. As a Liverpudlian and the country's leading football academic he gives an insight into the real story of the day and its legacy.

27 minutes

Last on

Sat 18 Apr 2009 13:32 GMT

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