Recently, some fans discovered that in a Nike store in London, there are footballs with the word "96" and the Liverpool logo on sale. The fans were very angry about this, and Nike also apologized for it.
The Hillsborough tragedy is a famous tragedy in Liverpool's history, resulting in the death of 96 Liverpool fans. Nike is actually selling footballs with "96" and the Liverpool logo. The fans were very dissatisfied when they found out.
The Hillsborough Massacre Survivors Mutual Aid Organization was also very angry about this. "This is unacceptable. It should not be used to help the sale of goods."
In an interview with The Echo, a Nike spokesperson apologized for this, “We noticed that a small number of these footballs were on sale and immediately removed them. We sincerely apologize for the offense caused, and we will continue. Pay attention to the subsequent impact of this incident."