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Despite their recent lack of success, Liverpool still remain the team most United fans love to hate.
Whilst there's no love lost between the two cities at the best of times, a history dating back to when Manchester built the Ship Canal to avoid paying taxes to Liverpool, the two football clubs have always been the country's most deadliest, yet successful, rivals.
The Hillsborough disaster of 1989 calmed things down a little with United fans respecting the dead by not singing about them, and in turn, Liverpool fans stopped singing their many songs about the Munich Air Disaster.
Over recent seasons, the hatred has intensifed, especially after the FA Cup game at Anfield when Alan Smith broke his leg and both fans and players were attacked on leaving the stadium.