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Everton Remembers

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Thirty years ago today, a tragedy occurred in which 96 Liverpool fans would lose their lives supporting the team they loved. 
Liverpool's FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest at Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough stadium was abandoned at 3.06pm as disaster unfolded behind one of the goals. 
The city of Liverpool was united in its grief and today, the 30th anniversary of football’s darkest day, Everton Football Club will again remember the innocent supporters who passed away on that fateful afternoon. 
The players, management, staff and supporters of Everton have a simple message for those who lost loved ones on 15 April 1989 - we remember and we will never forget.
Everton captain Phil Jagielka is pictured above at the Hillsborough monument in Liverpool city centre. The photograph will feature as part of a tribute to be published in this weekend's matchday programme.

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