Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said he expects Liverpool's fans to respect the occasion today when they host Manchester United in the first match at Anfield today.
Rodgers said he would not tell supporters how to behave, and that he is looking forward to winning 'a wonderful game', after paying respects to the families.
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