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Munich - Gone But Never Forgotten

Munich - Gone But Never Forgotten

It`s come around again, the anniversary of that tragic day, back on 6th February 1958, when the awful plane crash, in Munich, saw a team devastated.

It`s now 55 years since United lost eight players with 15 others also losing their life`s and with several more badly injured, on that icy Munich night.

Talking about his own personal memories of that night, Sir Alex Ferguson has commented,

"I`ve been affected since a young boy. It was a sad time."

"For many it`s probably long forgotten but for someone like me who remembers the day, you don`t forget it."


Indeed you don`t and it should never be forgotten.

Therefore, we`d ask you, at some time today to take a few moments and say a few prayers for the eight players United lost that night;-

• Geoff Bent (25)
• Roger Byrne (28)
• Eddie Colman (21)
• Duncan Edwards (21)
• Mark Jones (24)
• David Pegg (22)
• Tommy Taylor (26)
• Liam Whelan (22)

Plus the other 15 others who died.

Gone, but never forgotten!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday February 6 2013
Time: 7:29AM

Comments

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From a Spurs fan, the utmost respect to your club and those who lost their lives. Never forgotten.
Sebthespur
06/02/2013 08:38:00
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Gone but never forgotten.
TheFamousNo7
06/02/2013 09:30:00
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In our memories they live on
MotorMad
06/02/2013 11:51:00
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