ManU Manager Pens Letter To Supporters Asking For Cooporation At Liverpool
ManU Manager Alex Ferguson wrote a letter to club supporters attending Sunday's Premier League match at Liverpool aimed at "getting them to behave themselves," according to the PA. The letter was presented to fans as they passed through the turnstiles at Liverpool prior to ManU's 2-1 victory. Ferguson wanted to put "an end to the baiting of Liverpool fans" over the '89 tragedy in which 96 fans died. Ferguson wrote, "Our rivalry with Liverpool is based on a determination to come out on top....It cannot and should never be based on personal hatred." (PA, 9/21).