Presumably you will not have changed your views in the light of the latest report, apparently also authored by Professor Scraton. I agree that it is easy now to forget the activities of the football hooligans in the 1980s, but shouldn't each event be considered on its own particular evidence? And surely it doesn't need the motive of being upset with The Sun to re-write history when you feel other compelling reasons for doing so.
It does seem to be generally accepted now that the police version of events was self-serving, mendacious and malicious, even by many who are not regarded as anti-police campaigners. Even indeed by the police and The Sun themselves and the Taylor report itself wasn't exactly exculpatory of the police either. It is difficult being independently fair-minded, when you have the frustration of knowing that the police are using filters of their own.