Plans by Liverpool and Manchester United to calm the animosity between their fans have been supported by the chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group, Margaret Aspinall.
Ahead of Sunday`s meeting between the two sides at Anfield, a number of gestures are to be made to try and prevent the supporters present from taunting each other about tragic incidents that have happened in the past.
United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has written to his club's fans to encourage harmony. The match will be Liverpools first at home since the publication of the Hillsborough Independent Panels report into the 1989 disaster which claimed the lives of 96 of their fans.
The families of Hillsborough victims welcomed the retirement Sir Norman Bettison, who criticised Liverpool fans in the wake of the disaster.
Steve Kelly believed his brother Michael died shortly after the crush at Hillsborough began. Now documents suggest that was not the case.
The police chief that the Hillsborough victims' families believe smeared their loved ones has exclusively told ITV News he is 'not ashamed.'