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The Hillsborough Disaster: A Fatal Human Crush, Soccer Hooligans, and a Massive Cover-up

The Hillsborough Disaster: A Fatal Human Crush, Soccer Hooligans, and a Massive Cover-up

Update: 2022-12-07
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The Hillsborough Disaster ruined lives and communities. As a result of the April 15th, 1989 soccer match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, 97 men, women, and children lost their lives. But Hillsborough wasn’t just a disaster, it was a fight for justice. It was a war between the establishment and the people, and a cover-up on the largest scale – one that exploited hooligan culture in order to assassinate the character of the victims. Once the dust settled on the very public and very contentious collision of fandom and greedy capitalism, soccer – and, for that matter, all sports – would never be the same again.


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The Hillsborough Disaster: A Fatal Human Crush, Soccer Hooligans, and a Massive Cover-up

The Hillsborough Disaster: A Fatal Human Crush, Soccer Hooligans, and a Massive Cover-up