Regular readers will remember a story we reported after the Hull game at Anfield earlier this season.
Tigers fan Ian Abey wore a Hull shirt that bore a tribute to the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster, and became a viral sensation as a result.
The Anfield Wrap posted a picture of his outside the ground, with the image being shared more than 3,000 times.
Ian says his touching gesture is still getting attention, even after all this time.
“Fans are still contacting me. I’ve had people messaging me on Facebook from all over the world.
“One lifelong Liverpool fan has contacted me from India, and another from Australia,” he said.
He will return to Anfield to lay the shirt at the memorial, and says he’d love it if some fans could join him.
“On the day all the Liverpool supporters were asking me to bring the shirt back to Anfield. The shirt belongs at the memorial.”
“It would just be amazing if people came. I realised football is all about family, and Liverpool that day was a family for me.”
If you’re in the area, try and get down there.