I realise this has nothing to do with us as Arsenal fans, but I was so stunned once I saw it that I had write about it.
A Manchester United fan (by the name of Colm Jackson) has taken it upon himself to get a shirt printed, with a message on the back which says:
The link to the actual photograph is here (it’s on his Facebook profile).
No doubt that the picture will probably be deleted soon, as I’m sure a lot of people will be reporting it.
Don’t get me wrong, hatred for other teams is okay but this is well over the line. To have a shirt like that is shocking, and I’ve supported Arsenal for almost 20 years and never (and I mean never) come across something as distasteful as that from an Arsenal fan. To make fun at a terrible disaster like that really does beggars belief.
From the comments on the picture, it’s clear that it was actually printed at a Sports Direct store in the Arndale Centre, Manchester.
I can’t believe a Sports store would even allow something like that to be printed. Surely they would be liable for printing this filth.
Maybe I shouldn’t be shocked and maybe this kind of thing is rife among football supporters.
But I’ve never come across it with Arsenal fans.
Source: Empire of the Kop