During the last match of the FA Cup final which was played between Man United and Manchester United, a fan was undoubtedly arrested. The arrest of the Man United fan caused a stir on the internet. As a result, the Football Association issued a statement condemning the action of the man who was arrested in the final Cup game. The Football Association has condemned the man for wearing a shirt which allegedly references the Hillsborough disaster. Yes, you heard right. You should read this article till the end. Scroll down the page and take a look at the sections below. Drag the page down.
James White arrested
London police arrested the Man United supporter as he took the picture in a t-shirt with the number 97 on the back and allegedly referring to the Hillsborough disaster. The Man United supporter is believed to have laughed at the reference to the 97 Liverpool fans who lost their lives after the Hillsborough disaster. Liverpool fans died following an accident on April 15, 1989, during the FA Cup semi-final in Sheffield with Nottingham Forest. A video and photo of the Man United fan is also going viral on the internet. Please slide the page down and read more details.
A photo of the Man United fan wearing a t-shirt with 97 on the back and not enough words on the t-shirt has started circulating the internet. Metropolitan Police Events revealed news of a Man United fan’s arrest on suspicion of causing a public disorder at Wembley in the FA Cup final game, via a Twitter message. The message was released on Sunday when the FA said: “The FA strongly condemns the actions of the individual who wore a shirt referring to the Hillsborough disaster ahead of the Emirates FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. We saw a photo of the offending shirt on social media and immediately began working to identify the perpetrator. Our security team were able to quickly locate the individual based on the image, and we welcome the prompt action that was subsequently taken by the police. Keep reading the article.
James White Man United fan arrested
The Football Association further added that the association would not tolerate abuse related to Hillsborough or any football tragedy. The association further added that it would continue to work with the authorities to ensure that strong action was taken against the offender. Moreover, the Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance had previously criticized the man’s despicable behavior at Wembley Stadium. HSSA also thanked true Manchester United fans for their support. Keep reading. Drag the page down.
On Saturday June 3, 2023, the HSA said the first ever Manchester Cup final was held between Manchester City and Manchester United at Wembley. It was the rare opportunity for City to show off their best, but there was a so-called Manchester United fan who wore an away shirt to poke fun at the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy and their families. HSA added: “On the back of the shirt was the number 97, and above it, where player names are normally displayed, was the words Not Enough.”
At the despicable act, HSA was alerted on Twitter and Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance thanked the FA, Wembley security staff and the Metropolitan Police for their swift action to arrest the so-called Manchester United fan in an away shirt with such an offensive post targeting family members and survivors of the Hillsborough tragedy in 1989. The identity of the spoiled fan has not been revealed. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.