The famous Hillsborough Memorial has been reinstalled outside Anfield, less than 24 hours before the first home game of the season against reigning Premier League champions Leicester City kicks off on Saturday evening.
The memorial – which features an eternal flame – pays tribute to the 96 fans who tragically lost their lives in the 1989 FA Cup semi-final disaster in Sheffield.
It had been kept at Liverpool Cathedral in recent months while the building work took place. (Echo)
It has now been reinstalled in a garden area on 96 Avenue — a new feature of the redeveloped Main Stand.
Margaret Aspinall, who is one of the most famous Hillsborough campaigners, said the return of the memorial was a day that all the affected families had been waiting for.
She added that the families had been consulted about its location and it looked “really beautiful” in its new home.
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