Decisions about prosecutions related to allegations over the involvement of South Yorkshire Police in the Hillsborough disaster and its aftermath could be made as early as next month. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is said to be on course to deliver its decisions within the six month time frame it set out in January. Survivors, campaigners and the families of the 96 fans who died in the tragedy will learn whether anyone from the force faces prosecution. The CPS is currently going through a huge swathe of evidence gathered during the criminal investigations into the disaster and its aftermath.
The club and the FA should be responsible for allowing the barriers too.