Manchester United condemns fans for singing parody Hillsborough

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Manchester United have issued a statement condemning. The conduct of a number of fans who sang harassing songs about the Hillsborough disaster. During the red game last tuesday

Members of the group at the front and back of the crowd. The same message towards the home fans during Tuesday night’s game.

United have now commented on the incidents, with the club describing the chants as “completely unacceptable”. It comes days after Manchester City condemned a section. Of their supporters caused a minute’s silence.

Shouting insults about a tragedy is completely unacceptable. We will work with supporters to educate fans. in these matters.”

“Manchester United stands in solidarity with Liverpool FC and its fans in remembering the victims of the Hillsborough disaster,” a club spokesman said. “Offensive chants about the tragedy are completely unacceptable and we will work with our supporters’ groups to educate fans on the issue.”

Last week marked the 33rd anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, in which 97 Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed. The Sun went on to make a number of false claims about supporters on the day under the headline “The Truth”. The UFABET report

The chants from some United fans came as Liverpool supporters showed solidarity with their rivals in a show of support for Cristiano Ronaldo following the tragic death of his baby son. Fans at Anfield applauded in unison, while home supporters also sang “You’ll Never Walk Alone” as a tribute.

The shouting came after Kop supporters cheered on rival winger Cristiano Ronaldo, who lost his son. until he did not enter the field along with the club theme song, You’ll Never Walk Alone.