West Ham United marked Holocaust Memorial Day by lighting six commemoration candles before last night’s Premier League match against Manchester City.

Sir Trevor Brooking presented a short film which was played on the big screen, while co-chairman David Gold was among those who lit a candle at the London Stadium. He was joined by 87-year-old Holocaust survivor Harry Spiro, who went on to have a successful career in London as a tailor – including making suits worn by Sir Trevor and the rest of West Ham United’s victorious 1980 FA Cup-winning team.

Source: Jewish News