All I'm saying is that the media have made up their minds that the song is in reference to Hillsborough (rightly or wrongly...personally I do believe it is about Hillsborough), so if you choose to sing it then prepare for the shit slinging that'll come your way from the media (or anyone else for that matter).
It'll be interesting to know out of the people on this forum, who would/has sung that song? And would/have they felt a twinge of apprehension about singing it? They say that before you write something down on the web (or anywhere for that matter), you should picture saying it to your mum. If you think that she would be offended then it's probably best not writing it down. Now imagine one of the Hillsborough family members being in front of you when you sing that song. Do you think they would be offended? Or would you not care and carry on singing it?
I've not heard Evertonians sing about it personally, but have heard other Liverpool supporters say that they have. And to me they're foolish for doing so. Please bear in mind I'm not taking away any credit to the majority of Everton fans and their club for their support, which has been massive.
As for me not being banned Si - you're saying I wasn't, but then in the next post Gash said I was! Weird!!! Anyway, I tried to log in and it wouldn't let me. It then notified me of when I'd be able to log back on (which was just before the derby) and then it was extended, obviously because the people who banned me thought I'd be unbearble, which was understandable given the result, even though I've never come on and been that type of person after the derby.