Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez may have left the club two years ago, but still shares a bond with the team and city which will not be broken.
The prolific Barcelona striker sent a message on social media today, acknowledging the Hillsborough verdict, and paying tribute to the 96 fans who tragically lost their lives at the stadium in 1989.
He posted a message which featured a picture of himself at a previous Hillsborough memorial service at Anfield, carrying a scarf emblazoned with the word 'Justice'.
Justice at last for the 96!! You'll never walk alone!! pic.twitter.com/FCOWDJDkCH— Luis Suarez (@LuisSuarez9) April 27, 2016
An inquest ruled this week that the fans had been 'unlawfully killed', and now The BBC reports, senior police officers who were in employed by South Yorkshire Police could face criminal charges for their roles in the tragedy and cover-up of the events leading up to it.
Fans and campaigners battled for more than 27 years to reach the verdict which was handed down this week, with the verdict vindicating their efforts.