Much has happened since then, including each Premier League Club agreeing to set aside £200,000 to benefit their travelling fans this season.
However, the battle for better recognition and appreciation that supporters are one of (if not THE) greatest stakeholders in the modern game continues.
Clubs such as Newcastle United and Cardiff City have begun to offer reciprocal ticketing deals to ensure that when clubs meet, their fans will be charged the same, irrespective of the old way clubs categorised their games.
Sadly, under such categorisations, the fans of large clubs such as Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs can end up paying a fortune in higher ticket prices compared to fans of teams from lower down the division.
The Board of THST backs Spirit of Shankly's call for reciprocal ticket pricing amongst Premier League clubs and an end to the categorisation system.
As a sign of unity and strength between our organisations, we ask our fans to remain in their seats after Sunday's game for approximately 20 minutes of PEACEFUL protest, aimed not towards Liverpool FC or Tottenham Hotspur FC but at the Premier League and all its' member teams.
We believe this action is warranted and will show that, finally, supporters can set aside petty rivalries and work together for the benefit of all.
Joint Chairman, THST