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The sister of Paul Carlile, Donna Miller, read her mother Sandra’s words about the 19 year old next at the Hillsborough inquests.
He was born weighing just 4lb.
"Paul fought hard to survive but grew to become a handsome, loving, respectful young man."Paul was brought up to be a law-abiding citizen. He was not a hooligan and he was not a drunkard."
The family remembered family holidays at Butlins and how Paul became an altar boy for a few years."His nan was Liverpool mad and Paul developed the same passion. He couldn’t believe his luck when his dad Jimmy took him to see the team play."
Paul took on a plastering apprenticeship after finishing school.His famliy say he loved his work, often treating his mum.
He once told her “One day everyone will know my name. I will be famous and I will buy you a big white house.”
She continued: "Paul was always a joker. He had such a crazy life. He would pretend to be a horse and take his nieces for imaginary rides... He was a terrible torment but the kids adored him"
Paul enjoyed fishing, darts and snooker but his passion was football.His sister explained how, on Friday 14th April 1989, Paul finished his apprenticeship. He was due to start work on the Monday after Hillsborough.
"On 15th April our world fell apart. He came home on his sister Michelle's 21st birthday. She no longer celebrates that day."
"On the night before his funeral all his friends slept on the living room floor to be near him one more night."The street he lived in with his nan was later renamed Carlile Way.
"The loss of Paul has devastated our family. His mum, dad, sisters and brother.
"We talk about him every day. We miss his laugh, his handsome face, and his enthusiasm for life. "Paul was the blue eye in our family, our number one. He still is. He had a simple life. He loved his family, his friends and his football.
"We don’t know what Paul’s dreams were. I guess he thought he had a lifetime to fulfill them. "He was 19. He didn’t get the chance to fall in love or hold his own child in his arms.
"People say time heals. It doesn’t. You simply learn to live with your grief. We haven’t been allowed to heal. We just want some answers that may give us peace.
"He did nothing wrong that day. He went to watch his team he loved and came home to me in a coffin. "Our pain will go when we are with Paul again and hold him in our arms."
Coronation Street star Barbara Knox has appeared in court in Macclesfield accused of drink driving.
The actress, who plays Rita Tanner in the ITV soap, was arrested after she arrived at a police station where her daughter was being held on suspicion of the same offence.
In court at Macclesfield Magistrates Mrs Knox was represented by her solicitor, Nick Freeman.He admitted his client did reverse the Jaguar car on a car park after being advised not to drive by police.
The court was told that when she was breathalised, her blood-alcohol level was 85 per 100 ml of blood. Mr Freeman is known as Mr Loophole after a series of high-profile acquittals for a long list of celebrity clients, including Sir Alex Ferguson.
Barbara Knox pleaded not guilty to the offence of driving with excess alcohol.She's due back in court on July 23.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said he is confident his predecessor David Moyes will have no problems in getting a new job after being sacked by Manchester United after just 10 months in charge.
The Scot was relieved of his duties after a disastrous season by United's standards, having been given the unenviable task of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson after spending 11 years at Goodison Park.
Defeat to Everton last weekend was the final straw for the Old Trafford board, who are now looking for a new boss, but despite the fall-out seemingly tarnishing Moyes' reputation, Martinez is confident he will not be damaged in the long term.
He said: "We all know he is a very successful man and has a real strong winning mentality and he will get ready to bounce back straight away."
The Hillsborough inquests heard about 18 year old Paul Clark of Swanwick, Derbyshire in the words of his father Ken.
He was born in 1971, "a beautiful, fair-haired, blue-eyed little boy" and had a younger sister, Tracey."He was a lovely young man, who was good natured, fun loving and caring."
"As a young boy he joined the cub scouts and was always bringing badges home to be sewn onto his jumper."Mr Clark explained how his son loved camping.
"I remember when he was about 13, I went for an overnight camping trip with Paul and we did some fishing. We still have photos of him and his prize catch."
When Paul was about 13, he wanted an expensive gold BMX bike for Christmas. His parents told him they couldn't afford it and would buy the silver one instead but couldn't resist when they saw the gold bike in the shop.
"What a surprise he got on Christmas day. The smile never left his face. We still have the bike at home. We have never felt able to let it go."
Paul played football for a local team (named the players' Player of the Year one season), had recently taken up golf and played in the school basketball team.
On a family holiday at Butlins one year, he once had a football training session with Peter Osgood of Chelsea.
Paul's father continued: "Football was a passion we had in common. I had supporter Liverpool Football Club since the 60s and I passed my love on to Paul."
"When I asked him what he wanted for Christmas, all Paul had on his list was Liverpool curtains, a Liverpool bed spread, a Liverpool rug, and a Liverpool lamp."Kenny Dalglish and Ian Rush were his favourite players.
"He had two gold fish which he named Kenny and Ian.""Paul was an achiever. he was an apprentice electrician and was working hard to gain qualifications.
When he was 17, Paul passed his driving test after only nine lessons. He bought his first car, an old Ford Escort. He was eager to get a better car, a VW Golf.
"Paul was a popular young man who had many friends. To this day, they all meet in the village on 15 April to remember him and lay flowers on his grave.
"He celebrated his 18th birthday just a month before Hillsborough. Paul was dearly loved by his family and friends. He was happy and full of life and had a bright future ahead of him."
Manxman Peter Kennaugh has been named in Team Sky's line-up for the 2014 Giro d'Italia, which begins in Belfast on May 9.
The 24-year-old, from Douglas, was a key member of the Team Sky squad which helped Chris Froome to Tour de France glory in 2013.
The nine-strong team for the first Grand Tour of the season will also feature Italian riders Dario Cataldo and Salvatore Puccio, Ben Swift, Edvald Boasson Hagen, Bernhard Eisel, Sebastian Henao and Kanstantsin Siutsou.
On confirming the team line-up Team Principal, Sir Dave Brailsford, said: “We’ve brought together an exciting squad and we can’t wait, not only for the start in Northern Ireland, but to perform in front of our Italian fans.”
Betty Almond, mother of Anthony Kelly, 29, from Rock Ferry has written her son’s ‘pen portrait’. It was read on her behalf by a legal representative.
"I gave birth to a baby boy prematurely. He was very small weighing less than 2lbs. "He was a very sickly baby but he pulled through everything that hit him."
"Tony and I were so happy. Anthony grew into a grand lad. He went to school and was so happy to be with other boys and girls. He had a lot of friends."
She described how Anthony’s dad was a big motorbike fan and Anthony would help him.He played football at school and also had a flair for cartoons.
"When he was 18 he went into the army. We were so proud of our son."After leaving the army, he had various jobs.
"I miss him so much. Anthony was our only child. Hillsborough should never have happened."
Bolton Wanderers have announced that their Reebok stadium will be renamed the 'Macron Stadium'.
They have agreed a four-year-deal with the sportswear manufacturers, Macron, who will also make the team kits from this summer.
Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside said: "This is an extremely exciting and beneficial deal for our club."
The Labour party is looking to end its long-standing relationship with the troubled Co-operative Bank, which stretches back to 1920.
Labour's general secretary Iain McNicol is understood to want to move a £1.2 million loan from the Co-op to the trade union-controlled Unity Trust Bank and current accounts are also likely to be shifted, according to PA.
The move comes after a tumultuous period for the bank, which has seen record losses and the resignation of chairman Paul Flowers, who is now facing drug possession charges.
Labour said the change of loan provider was for "commercial reasons", but the controversy gripping the Co-op over the past year is thought to have strained relations.