Tomorrow is a day when we remember two Leeds fans that were horrifically taken away from us. Chris and Kev were fans who never returned home from watching their club, something that should never happen in football.
Firstly I never knew Chris or Kevin, I've heard stories of and about them but never shared a beer or a story about the team they loved with them, Leeds United FC.
It was the one thing we shared and they were kin, brothers in the family of all supporters that follow the team.
They left their homes in early April, expectant at seeing their team progress through to the first European Cup final since 1975 and although it wasn't the Champions League it was a final and those had been scant in recent years.
What happened next shames the country that the thugs came from, they attacked our brothers, slain by knives and never brought to 'proper' justice. The club ransacked with grief forced to play on the next day despite their tears in a stadium full of hate and no sign of remorse.
That also is shameful and unforgivable.
This week we remember the boys, like we do every year. It's sixteen years since that terrible day and on Tuesday versus QPR, when you sing our song 'Matching on Together' do it loud, do it proud, do it for the boys.
Do it for Chris and Kev.
By Keith Ingham