Hart doesn’t want there to be a repeat of the scenes that saw Ferdinand cut above the eye.
The big match in the Premier League this weekend and also likely to be the biggest talking point, is the first Manchester derby of the season between City and United.
This clash has become even more crucial in recent years due to Manchester City’s rise as a real force in England and it has produced some superb results.
However, the derby has also been marred by trouble in the stands, as was shown last year when Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was struck above the eye and City goalkeeper Joe Hart had to restrain a pitch invader.
Ahead of Sunday’s match Hart has pleaded with the fans not to repeat the scenes from last term.
“We need our fans in full voice, but we also need them to respect the occasion. We want everyone to enjoy the game but be sensible too,” the England No.1 told the Manchester Evening News.
“There were incidents last year which no-one wants to see repeated. The eyes of the world will be on this game as usual, and I’m confident our supporters will do the club proud.”
It’s not just the supporters of the Citizens that have been guilty of assaulting the players, as in a League Cup match in 2009 then City forward Craig Bellamy was hit with a bottle whilst waiting to take a corner.
It’s set to be a big game for both sides as the pair sit on seven points apiece after four matches and it will also be the first time new managers Manuel Pellegrini and David Moyes have gone toe-to-toe with each other.
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