TOMMY MARTIN: Football’s persistent darkness reflects the human condition

Much like the persistence of racism, to be still talking about a problem that existed in the days when Graeme Souness had a moustache and a perm feels like a depressing indictment of humanity’s inability to change for the better, writes Tommy Martin.

Italian police and Liverpool stewards monitor Liverpool fans in Rome ahead of last night's Champions League semi-final. Pic: Steve Parsons/PA

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