There are interesting in the city of Liverpool on Tuesday (17 / 1) evening. If on the pitch, Liverpool and Everton are two sides often clashed, this time they blend into the funeral procession of their legend, Gary Ablett.
Ablett, former Liverpool and Everton defender, breathed his last on January 1 and then at the age of 46 years. Over the past 16 months, he was sentenced to suffer the disease lymphoma.
The funeral ceremony which started from the Anglican Cathedral, were hundreds of people attended. Among them are players, former players, as well as the ranks of senior clubs Liverpool and Everton.
From the Liverpool side, looks manager Kenny Dalglish and two captain Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. Even legends like Alan Hansen, Ian Rush, Mark Lawrenson and John Barnes who helped come.
From the Everton side, some players like Phil Neville and Tim Cahill also attended along with his manager, David Moyes. Also visible is also the legend of The Toffes like Duncan Ferguson, Matt Jackson and David Unsworth.
In his speech, Jackson said Ablett as a figure-loving family, a great colleague, and a best friend. While Neville and Cahill also helped reveal farewell through their respective twitter accounts.
In addition to figures from both clubs, also attended the football figures such as Rafael Benitez (former manager of Liverpool), Stuart Pearce (U-23 national team manager of England), Roy Keane (Ablett colleagues at Ipswich Town), Brendan Rodgers (Swansea manager) , Ray Clemence (goalkeeping coach England Under-23 national team), and several others.
Ablett to leave his wife, Jacqueline and five children respectively Scarlett, Reece, Riley, Josh, and Frasher. farewell Ablett.