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Ferguson wants end to United-Liverpool hostilities

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Sir Alex Ferguson has called for an end to hostilities between Manchester United and Liverpool fans.

The Scot was speaking after the shocking revelations from the Hillsborough enquiry were revealed earlier in the week, and he admitted that both sides have suffered great losses during their illustrious histories.

Sergio Aguero could make a shock return for Manchester City against Stoke tomorrow, having begun training ahead of schedule after the international break.

Eden Hazard admits he wanted to wear the No.10 short after signing at Chelsea this season, with the Belgian eager to emulate his role model - French football legend Zinadine Zidane.

Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen has given his backing to France international striker Olivier Giroud, and insists the goals will come for the former Montpellier hitman at the Emirates Stadium.

And finally, Sandro insists the Tottenham Hotspur players will be battling to turn things around for manager Andre Villas-Boas, starting away at Reading in their Super Sunday clash in the Premier League at the Madejski Stadium.

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