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Huddersfield and Reading fans pay tribute to Manchester attack victims during play-off final

Date Posted,May 28, 2017

Huddersfield and Reading supporters joined forces inside Wembley on Monday to pay tribute to the 22 Manchester attack victims.

22 people, including children, lost their lives when a suicide bomber attacked the Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert.

The horrific attack has been marked as the most deadliest since the London bombings in 2005. UK’s terror threat level has since been raised to ‘critical’.

A minute’s silence was held prior to kick-off in honour of those who died. Fans then applauded when the match reached 22 minutes.

Fans applaud on 22 minutes (Photo: PA)
A minute’s silence was held prior to kick-off (Photo: Getty Images Europe)
Banners of ‘We stand together’ surround Wembley (Photo: PA)

The winner of the Championship play-off final will join Brighton and Newcastle in the Premier League next season.

Reading or Huddersfield will then bag £170m for their time in the Premier League.

But that figure could rocket to £290m if they manage to beat off relegation in their first season.

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