On 15 April 1989, the worst disaster in British sporting history took place at Hillsborough stadium. 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives, many of whom were crushed to death due to overcrowding in the Leppings Lane End.
Roy Evans was coach under manager Kenny Dalglish at the time of the disaster, and was in the dugout when the tragedy began to unfold. I sat down with Evans, who gave me a dressing room account of the day.
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