The Hillsborough disaster remains the worst stadium-related disaster in British history and now, 23 years on, to coincide with the historic release of the Hillsborough Files by an independent panel, this new book tells the story of what really happened on that fateful day in Sheffield. Hillsborough: The Untold Stories is written by the people who really matter - Liverpool fans who were at Hillsborough, family members who lost loved ones and those who have supported the campaign for justice every difficult step of the way. It contains personal stories from survivors of the Hillsborough disaster who recall the experiences they went through and how it has changed their lives. Memories from those desperately waiting for news on Merseyside, members of the 1989 Liverpool FC team and others who have admirably fought for justice against a backdrop of despicable lies from The Sun newspaper and a police cover-up are also featured. And, for the first time in book format, previously unseen content from those Hillsborough Files is also published.
Backed by the Hillsborough Family Support Group and the Hillsborough Justice Campaign, and with proceeds going to Liverpool Unites - which raises funds for local charities - Hillsborough: The Untold Story puts the record straight on Britain's biggest sporting disaster.
Publisher: Trinity Mirror Sport Media