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Sick Heysel T-shirts on United fans' website removed after Liverpool fury

09 May 2011 09:05:26

Sick Heysel T-shirts on United fans' website removed after Liverpool fury

ShareA Manchester United fans' website that was selling souvenirs which referenced the Heysel Stadium disaster has removed the option to buy the item. Sportsmail revealed today that Republik of Mancunia Merchandise were selling T-shirts and badges emblazoned with three stars and bearing the slogan 'Without Killing Anyone'. Tragic: 39 football fans died when a wall collapsed at Heysel Stadium This is a clear reference to United's three European Cup wins and to the riot before the 1985 final in Brussels between Liverpool and Juventus when 39 Juventus fans died. UEFA banned English clubs for five years. Disgusted Liverpool fans branded the sellers as 'shameful' for 'profiting from the dead'. Antagonism: Manchester United and Liverpool are fierce rivals By early Monday morning the T-shirts were removed from the shop area of the website, yet a graphic on its homepage still showed the image. Unpleasant: The holding graphic on the shop page clearly shows the taunt (second image down on the left)  Explore more:Places: Liverpool, Brussels


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