English Premier League club Liverpool on Monday sent a message of condolence to Turkey over the recent terrorist attack in the Turkish capital Ankara which claimed 97 lives and injured 246. The football coach of the Iceland national team, Heimir Hallgrimsson also expressed his sorrow for the horrific events on Monday at a press conference before the Iceland-Turkey Euro 2016 Qualifier match.
Liverpool published a message in Turkish on its Facebook account on Monday which said "Liverpool FC shares the pain of those who lost their loved ones, those who got injured and their families, and those who were affected by the attacks."The message ended with the supportive slogan 'YNWA' which is the abbreviation of "You'll Never Walk Alone" and is a traditional song sung by a massed chorus of fans on game days.
Liverpool also tweeted the same message on its Turkish account on October 11.
Another support message came from further North, Iceland. The football coach of the Iceland national team, Hallgrimsson said "I would like to convey my condolences to Turkey and its people for the attacks in Ankara on behalf of my federation and my country. ...We share your sorrow as well.. What we can do here is hope that football units people in solidarity. We hope that such things do not happen again. "
Liverpool FC, Ankara'da yaşanan trajik saldırıda hayatını kaybedenlerin ailelerinin ve bu saldırıdan etkilenenlerin acısını paylaşıyor.— LFC Turkey (@TurkeyLFC) 11 Ekim 2015
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