Hull City fans and Arsenal fans are set to join together as one 56 minutes into today’s FA Cup Final at Wembley to remember the victims of the Valley Parade fire.
Last weekend marked the 29th anniversary of the disaster, in which 56 people lost their lives after a fire took hold in the main stand as Bradford City played Lincoln City.
Although no official mark of remembrance has been planned for today, Hull City and Arsenal supporters will be holding a minute’s applause on 56 minutes
So low key compared to the publicity Hillsborough got and keeps on getting, yet so many lives lost…..
She wore, She wore, She wore a yellow ribbon!
She wore a yellow ribbon in the merry month of May.
And when, I asked, her why she wore that ribbon.
She said its for the Arsenal and we’re going to Wembley!
Wembley! Wembley! We’re the famous Arsenal and we’re going to Wembley..
What more does Arsene Wenger need to see?
What more do the players need to see?
What we fans don’t need to see is a replication of the scenes we all witnessed after our last trip to Wembley!
There should be no need for words.
This is an FA Cup Final and every single person involved at Arsenal should know what that means.
Pride, passion, attitude and 100% commitment….
Get out there boys and give everything you have to make sure this trophy with the big ears comes home and you all join the greats who have done so before you….