Martin Tyler apologises after appearing to link Hillsborough with hooliganism | Football

Martin Tyler and the BBC have apologised after the football commentator appeared to link the Hillsborough disaster and hooliganism in a Radio 4 interview. Tyler, who works for Sky Sports, was interviewed on the Today programme to mark this month’s 30th anniversary of the Premier League.

Liverpool did not issue a statement last night following the strong criticism of both commentator and corporation but have invited both BBC News and Sky Sports to meet club representatives to discuss what they think is the need to ensure accuracy around the disaster.

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