United have dismissed suggestions there could be a minute's applause at Old Trafford when fans mark 50 years since the Munich tragedy.
Tuesday's papers report opposition fans have urged the Reds not to hold a minute's silence before the Manchester City match on Sunday 10 February - the nearest fixture to the anniversary - because of fears the tribute may be disrupted by a dissenting minority.
But Phil Townsend, United's communications director, told us today:
"Manchester United have given great thought to the best way of remembering those who died at Munich. We feel a minute’s silence is the most appropriate way of paying tribute.
"We do not feel that applause is appropriate given that 23 people died.”
A number of tributes are planned for the City match. For example, the two sides will wear special kit that will not feature the clubs' sponsors.