Fan arrested at FA Cup final for wearing offensive Hillsborough T-shirt

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A Manchester United Supporter arrested after being photographed at Wembley on Saturday FA Cup Wore a T-shirt with an offensive reference in the final hillsboro disaster printed on the back.

The unnamed man had a photo posted on social media showing him wearing a customized United jersey with the numbers 97 and the words “Not Enough” above them – seemingly to reference the number of Liverpool supporters, who died in, or after, the 1989 stadium crush in Sheffield.

While the person’s face was not shown in the picture going viral online Metropolitan Police Confirmed He had arrested the man for breach of public order after dealing with the ground staff. Another photo posted by another account shows a handcuffed man being led into a police van.

“We are aware of this and have actively worked with @wembleystadium officials to identify the individual,” he said in a tweet. “He has been arrested and taken into custody on suspicion of a breach of public order.”

The FA, the Premier League and associated clubs have often had to ask rival supporters not to make offensive chants and gestures over the past few seasons at Hillsborough as well as following the Heysel disaster and the Munich air disaster.

Responding to a photo of the man’s arrest in a post on Twitter, the Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance said: “Let this be a warning to anyone else who might be thinking of doing something similar. And that’s the end of any tragedy.” goes to use.

Before Liverpool and Manchester United played at Anfield in March, the managers were Jurgen Klopp and Erik ten Haag. Join forces to call on fans to stop “tragedy chanting” and offensive lyrics about the Munich, Heysel and Hillsborough disasters.

Ten Haag said in a message to Manchester United supporters: “Using the loss of life – in relation to any tragedy – to score points is unacceptable, and it’s time to stop. The people responsible are not only responsible for our clubs but more importantly, ourselves, our fans and our great cities.

The Hillsborough disaster occurred at the Sheffield Wednesday ground during an FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in April 1989. An inquest jury ruled that the victims had been killed illegally amid numerous police errors.

Meanwhile at Wembley, the Metropolitan Police said they were aware of a separate incident where the Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof was struck by an object thrown from the crowd,

Lindelof suffered a minor injury near his left eye and the Metropolitan Police said they would work with officers to review CCTV footage and identify the perpetrator.

Manchester United lost the match 2–1 Ilkay Gundogan scored both goals To see Manchester City Complete your domestic double.