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No Game April The 15th

2,009 Signatures Goal: 5,000

This is the ultimatum that Liverpool Football Club has presented to their supporters this year. Support your team or pay your respects to the victims of Hillsborough What a way to repay fans who have contributed to significantly to the success story that is LFC. Unbelievable as it is Liverpool football club have arranged a football fixture for Saturday 15th April 2006. Seventeen years on from the Disaster that devastated the people of Liverpool and beyond. LFC has chosen to pay its respects to the dead of Hillsborough by playing a game of football. The fact that they will be playing away from Anfield does not detract from this total lack of respect. Register your objections to this disgraceful action by contacting LFC immediately and demanding a fixture change. The 15th April should be a day when fans pay their respects to the dead of Hillsborough in whatever way they choose. Liverpool playing a game of football - home or away- should not be part of that choice. LFC is nothing without its fans. Now is the time for the club to stand up and be counted by responding to this request. Sign this petition now

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    Mark 'Sid' Rooney United Kingdom
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