LIVERPOOL FC fan Luke Jarmay will make an emotional trip to Wembley tomorrow in memory of his brother Alex who was murdered in London before the Reds’ last cup final.
Luke Jarmay is set to travel to the capital on Saturday to support Liverpool in the season’s FA showpiece clash against Chelsea.
And for the 22-year-old the journey will be deeply felt after losing his brother Alex just two months earlier in Camden, 24 hours before the Carling Cup Final.
Today the financial assistant told the ECHO: “If we win the cup, I’ll be thinking: ‘We’ve done it for you Alex’. It’s going to be a very poignant occasion without my brother, and so 100 times more special if we lift the trophy for him.
“I’d give anything for Alex to be coming with me tomorrow, but I know it’s just not possible.”
Luke was with friends and older brother Alex, 26, when he was stabbed and killed outside Bar Uno as they looked forward to attending the match.
That happened the day before the final against Cardiff City, a match the pair were set to enjoy together inside Wembley.
Luke, from Bromborough, has composed a new banner to be unfurled at Wembley in tribute to the transport distribution worker.
It reads: “Alex – always with us.Cause every little thing’s gonna be alright.”
Luke will sit next to his dad Paul at Wembley, leaving on a coach with fellow supporters tomorrow morning.
The Seacombe law firm employee attended the semi-final at Wembley, an experience that was equally heart-rending.