I don't like Liverpool, I am far from the only United fan who feels that way. I have walked passed the memorial outside Hillsborough on many occasions as I live in South Yorkshire and have been to the stadium on many occasions. I don't dare sing songs about Hillsborough or Heysel. There is line that people should not cross and hope that someday sick chants about such disasters as Munich and Hillsborough will be a thing of the past.'My heart goes out to the Liverpool fans who were affected by Hillsborough because I know what it's like.
'You think about it every day. The pain never really goes away. The anniversaries are still upsetting and every day something reminds you of the terrible thing that happened.
'Maybe after this some of the Liverpool fans, and of course the families, can take some comfort that the correct things have eventually been said.
'All I hope now is the two sets of fans - the minorities that are still out there - can stop these awful songs. It's sick and it's sad and it's a shame.
'People think it washes over you but it doesn't. If the people who sing them could stand in the shoes of the relatives of those who died in these tragedies then maybe they would think twice.'