United again emphasised manager Ferguson's desire to end such taunting, after a small number of supporters sang 'Always the victim' at Old Trafford during United's 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic.
The song highlights a perception among some United supporters that Liverpool refuses to accept responsibility.
And while some fans have tried to say it relates purely to
A United spokesperson said the club 'deplore' such songs.
A United statement read: "The manager has made the club's position very clear on this matter.
"It is now up to the fans to respect that."
With United due at Anfield next weekend, the chants are sure to heighten tensions.
And MUST attempted to calm the situation with a statement of its own.
"Following this week's developments and release of revelatory information on the Hillsborough tragedy, MUST wishes to make it absolutely clear that just as we condemn chants mocking the Munich air disaster we also condemn any chants relating to Hillsborough or indeed any other human tragedy," a statemen from MUST chief executive Duncan Drasdo read.
"We did hear the usual anti-Liverpool chants at the match today but we're pleased to say, despite some reports to the contrary, there was nothing that was specifically referencing Hillsborough.
"Any attempt to suggest otherwise is irresponsible given the forthcoming fixture between the clubs and furthermore risks needlessly upsetting the bereaved families further at a time when they are understandably trying to find closure.
"We enjoy a fierce rivalry but these issues transcend that rivalry.
"We agree 100 per cent with the statement made by Sir
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