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oikeutta omaisille! jos joku ei ole vielä nähnyt, niin tuolta löytyy kylmiäväreitä antava laulu [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9N2kBkCeRhM]YouTube - Liverpool fc-New song for Hillsborough-Anfield Road[/ame]

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Nyt on noussut sitten kohu Charles Itandjen hölmöilystä muistotilaisuudessa.




CHARLES ITANDJE’S Liverpool career could be in jeopardy following allegations that he behaved inappropriately at Wednesday’s Hillsborough memorial service.




Noin kohdassa 54:45 näkyy, kun Itandje jotain hassuttelee tuon laulun aikana ja monet ovat syystäkin katsoneet teon törkeäksi. Toki voi olla vaikea tuntea surua, kun pelaajalla ei ole muuta sidettä Hillsboroughn tapahtumaan kuin LFC, mutta voisi edes yrittää käyttäytyä...


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Toivottavasti tuossa yläpuolella ei ole kenenkään uhrin omaisia :neutral:

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Itandje: I am so very, very sorry


Apr 18 2009 by Tony Barrett, Liverpool Echo


CHARLES Itandje has issued a full and unreserved apology for his behaviour at Wednesday’s Hillsborough memorial service.


The Reds reserve keeper told the ECHO that it was never his intention to cause any offence to anyone at the club, the Liverpool fans or the families of the 96 people who died at Hillsborough.


Television footage of the event appeared to show Itandje trying to make team mate Damien Plessis laugh during the service which took place at Anfield.


Liverpool officials are already looking into the alleged incident and Itandje was yesterday told not to attend training by Reds boss Rafa Benitez while the club continues with its inquiries.


But the French under-21 international has now offered to meet with the Hillsborough families to apologise in person for his actions.


“First of all, if my behaviour has caused offence to anyone then I can only apologise,” said the 26-year-old.


“I am sorry. I am sorry. I am sorry. A thousand times, I am sorry.


“To the club, to the fans and especially to the families, I am deeply sorry.


“It was, of course, never my intention to offend or disrespect anyone.


“The events at Hillsborough were a tragedy and in no way did I mean to disrespect the memory of what happened 20 years ago. I would never do that. I would like to speak to the families in person to offer my apologies to them because, like I said, I never meant to hurt anyone.”


It remains to be seen whether or not Itandje’s apology will be enough to save his Liverpool career with Benitez known to have been deeply angered by the goalkeeper’s antics.


But having now come out publicly and acknowledged that his behaviour was not in keeping with the occasion he has at least illustrated that he understands the gravity of the situation.


http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpoo ... -23412713/


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