Supporters involved in tasteless chants at football matches should be banned for life, according to former Manchester United player Joe Jordan.
"I can't quite get my head around why people come to football matches with that first and foremost on their minds," Jordan told BBC Sport.
"You have to eliminate it."
The former striker added that anyone found guilty of tasteless chants on Saturday should be "banned for life".
United released a statement after the Premier League match against Wigan saying they "deplored" the chants from fans at Old Trafford.
The teams meet next Sunday at Anfield.
"What they come out with has nothing to do with a football match," added former Scotland international Jordan.
"It's not getting at the players, it's getting at families. Neither they nor I can imagine the pain those people have gone through."
Jordan said he could not recall during his time as a United player ever hearing Liverpool fans chant about the Munich air disaster of 1958 that killed members of Manchester United's squad and coaching staff.
He added it was time to stamp out such behaviour.
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