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Families of some of the Hillsborough victims watched Liverpool's latest encounter with Manchester United in the Old Trafford directors' box after a personal invite from Sir Bobby Charlton.
The World Cup winner - now an ambassador for the league leaders - made the offer after laying a floral tribute to the 96 during the reverse fixture at Anfield in September.
Meanwhile, the first song played at Old Trafford on Sunday was The Justice Collective's 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'.
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