A HUGE shrine of flowers, scarves, pictures and emotional messages were left at the Anfield memorial.
One left by a Birkenhead parent who lost two sons read: "In loving memory of my two dear sons, Chris (26) and Kevin (16) Traynor. All my love, brokenhearted dad Jim, and late mum Joan. We will never walk alone."
The family of Vincent Fitzsimmons, 34, from Wigan, left tributes which said: ". . . a loving son and brother, we will never forget you, you are in our thoughts and hearts forever, and remember you every day.
"Reunited with your beloved dad Bob. I know he will take care of you until we all meet again in a better place. All of our love, mum."
For Eric Hughes, 42, from Warrington, there was: "To dad, no farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye. You were gone before we knew it and no one can tell us why."
Another read: "My beautiful brother Gary. 23 years later and it still hurts. Always in our thoughts."
Messages were also left from Everton, Leicester, Bolton, Sporting Lisbon and Celtic fans.
Stefano Alessandro was at Anfield and composed a large banner from the LFC Italian branch which was spread on the pitch. He said: "I support Livorno in Italy, but also Liverpool. I've been a Red for two decades and I wanted to come on this day to remember those who died."