Manchester United are looking forward to Scottish champions Rangers coming to town for the Champions League group stage opening day.
There are fears that the September 14 visit of 'Gers fans to Manchester will provide scenes similar to when the Ibrox club played at the City of Manchester Stadium in the 2008 UEFA Cup final against Russian outfit Zenit St Petersburg.
On that fateful day in May 2008, Rangers lost 2-0 causing their fans to riot in Manchester's city centre but United chief executive David Gill is not at all worried about a repeat offence.
"I don't think it's something we need to worry about. Clearly we have to work with the authorities and with Rangers, and as a club we will do that," Gill said.
"But they will not be bringing the number of fans who came to the UEFA Cup final and we have to look positively at the game and look forward to it.
"Alex [Ferguson] is delighted and it should be a great occasion."
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