Greg Dyke and the Football Association will not be permitted to lay a wreath in Turin to mark the 30th anniversary of the Heysel Stadium disaster, reported by the Echo.
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With England playing at the Juventus Stadium, the FA wanted to pay their respects and commemorate the deaths of the 39 people who died at the 1985 European Cup final, the vast majority Juventus fans, by laying a wreath at the memorial outside the ground in Turin.
The Italian club said that they appreciated the gesture, but rejected offer as they did not want to retract from their own memorial ceremony in May. The FA said it respects the wishes of Juventus.
The disaster unfolded on 29th May after a wall collapsed at the stadium, following a fan surge, injuring hundred and killing 39 people, 32 Juventus fans.
Following the event, English teams were banned from competing in European competition and 14 Liverpool fans were convicted of involuntary manslaughter following a long trial in Belgium, with a further 10 found not guilty.