“We understand what those families must have felt when they got that report”
Sir Alex Ferguson
Officials from both clubs have been in talks as they finalise plans to mark the release of the
But any fears of a possible flashpoint regarding Evra and Suarez, who was
banned for eight matches
for racially abusing the United defender last season, appear to have been allayed, with both clubs stressing the need for all players to respect the occasion.
United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has already said his club will support Liverpool in "every way" they can.
"It is our first home game and the clubs have been working very hard to commemorate the work which has gone on with all the families," Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said on Wednesday.
There will be a number of tributes on Sunday.
Captains Steven Gerrard and Nemanja Vidic will release 96 balloons shortly before kick-off in memory of those who died in the 1989 tragedy.
There will also be several crowd mosaics:
"The Truth" will be displayed on the Kop
"Justice" on the Lower Centenary Stand
"96" on the Anfield Road end
"It is going to be a very emotional day," Ferguson said. "We will support them in every way we can. We are supportive of Liverpool."
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