Evra complained that he was racially abused by Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in a fixture between the sides at Anfield on October 15, 2011 and he was subsequently banned for eight games after an Independent Regulatory Commission found him guilty of 'insulting words used by Mr Suarez' towards Evra.
But on United’s first game at Anfield since the ban Evra was singled out by home fans, something which Taylor has warned could set a dangerous precedent.
“Football at times can be like pantomime, you can boo the referee if you feel he makes a bad decision and you boo a player if you feel he has feigned an injury or made a bad tackle and you can live with that,” Taylor told talkSPORT.
“But when you are booing a player because he has made a complaint that was upheld by an independent panel, you worry that it is going to put off anybody complaining again because of the backlash and furore we have seen.
“That’s just what we don’t want because there is no point in having a campaign to eliminate such a highly sensitive issue as racism if it is going to get drowned out by the backlash.”