Blues and Reds unite for fitting tribute to the 96.I'VE heard that there are plans for a Blue flag along the lines of: 'Never forget the 96. Merseyside'.
As they coincide with the anniversary, the semi-finals game would be a proud day to see that flag in our end.
We need to keep the Hillsborough tragedy in the public eye for as long as possible and supporters of both teams should unite under the same banner in respect of those Reds that lost their lives.
And the pitiful idiots who feel the need to use this as an opportunity to vent their hate should be ashamed and held accountable.
What they forget is that families in Liverpool are made up of supporters of both clubs. I come from a family of four, comprising two Reds - my dad and brother - and me, a passionate Evertonian and my mam, an armchair Notts Forest fan. Need I say more? John Simpson
John Cody Fidler-Simpson CBE (born August 9, 1944), commonly known as John Simpson , Walton THIS week is a huge one for all Blues, but the tragic events at Hillsborough should be the first thoughts on everyone's mind before our clash with United.
Everyone from the city and beyond knows the magnitude of that sad day and the 20th Anniversary should be respected by supporters of both clubs.
Moving on to the United clash, I really hope David Moyes David William Moyes (b. April 25, 1963 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a football manager and former player. He is currently the manager of Everton F.C.. He has twice been named, in 2003 and 2005, as the 'League Managers' Association manager of the year', and is one of the younger goes with Tim Cahill
Fellaini was born to Moroccan parents and as a child belonged to numerous football academies. up front as their defence is unsettled as it is - let alone having to face the tenacity of the former and the imposing figure of the latter.
If the game is finely balanced in the second half, throw on Louis Saha Louis Laurent Saha (born 8 August 1978 in Paris, France) is a French international footballer of Guadaloupian descent who plays for the English club, Manchester United. Club career
Metz and what a fitting finish it would be if the former Manc can wrap up a memorable victory for his new club.
Jimmy Hackett, Litherland FIRST of all, my respects to all those
Liverpool fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough.
Next, let's get stuck into a rocky Man United and book a second Wembley appearance.
United are all over the show at present - as witnessed against Sunderland and Porto - so if we contain their key players and play like we did in the first half against Villa there's no reason we can't create a little bit of history.
Sam Highdale, Formby WHETHER you are a Red or a Blue, the insignificance in·sig·nif·i·cance
The quality or state of being insignificant.
Noun 1. insignificance - the quality of having little or no significance
unimportance - the quality of not being important or worthy of note of football really hit home this weekend with the 20th anniversary of Hillsborough.
I'm a Evertonian, but I can't stress how much it hurts to see the images being played back from that fateful day in 1989.
Liverpool is a big place but the fact that so many people were affected by what happened just goes to show you the world is a small place.
It was very moving to read and hear Steven Gerrard's own experiences of the day and it must be said by becoming one of the best players in the world, he has done his late cousin proud.
I'm sure there will be a minority of Everton fans out there who claim not to be upset by what happened to the 96, but they are just trying to hide behind the footballing divide that exists across Stanley Park, but what happened in Sheffield that day goes way beyond matters of football.
In so many ways I was really happy to see the score come out of Anfield on Saturday, a 4-0 win (and maybe should have been more by the sounds of it) was a fitting way to pay the club's respects to those who lost their lives supporting our old rivals. RIP the 96 Gordon Brent, Formby