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Behave is the Key Word

Behave is the Key Word

This Sunday the clash between United and the old foe of Liverpool will have an added significance.

It will be Liverpool`s first home fixture (as we`ve mentioned before) since the damning evidence of the Hillsborough disaster was made public.

Both sides are doing their utmost to ensure that it remains a day to remember for all the right reasons.

To that effect, it has been announced that any past rivalry will be put aside and every single United player, in the pre-match ritual, will shake the hand of Luis Suarez, the Liverpool player who was guilty of making racist remarks to Patrice Evra.

Our club captain, Nemanja Vidic has spoken out about the clubs an dhow he perceives the occasion should pass, commenting,

"There is a lot of history with these two clubs. We have had some tragedies, they have as well. I think we should respect each other because we are big clubs and clubs that are respected in the world."

"We have to show an example and be on top of the situation and behave well."


We do! So let`s show the watching world how we should behave and we will behave!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday September 21 2012
Time: 4:09PM

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The calls for the hatred between the two clubs to be cooled is ridiculous and laughable that it's coming from Fergie seeing as he's the one who originally sparked it. However, with the hatred there is a mutual respect between the clubs and I'm sure that respect will shine through tomorrow. I think the behaviour of the players should be more under the scope than the fans, it tends to be their behaviour that provokes animosity between the fans.
TheFamousNo7
22/09/2012 11:31:00
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