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  • Banner saluting Munich Air Disaster victims on 62nd anniversary.

    Football world remembers the Busby Babes

    Manchester United players, both past and present, used social media to pay their respects to the victims of the Munich Air Disaster.

    Sixty-two years on from the disastrous day in Germany, the club remembered the 23 people who lost their lives in the accident – and those who survived – in a short service beneath the Munich clock at Old Trafford on Thursday afternoon.
     
    Throughout the day, there was also a great outpouring of love and affection for the Busby Babes, the crew, the journalists and other passengers who perished – including United fan Willie Satinoff – on social media.
     
    Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford were among those who tweeted their thoughts, and they were joined by United legends and representatives of other clubs including Manchester City, whose legendary goalkeeper Frank Swift was among the victims in 1958.
     
    Scroll down below to see some of the comments posted…
    CURRENT PLAYERS
     
     
    Daniel James: “We will never forget??”

    FORMER PLAYERS

     

    Patrice Evra: “So much respect. Never forgotten. #FlowersOfManchester”

    Peter Schmeichel: “Forever in our hearts. Today, we remember them.”

    Alex Stepney: “Remembered with pride.”

    RIVAL CLUBS AND PLAYERS

     

    FANS AND JOURNALISTS

    MUST CEO Duncan Drasdo: “As well as the players, staff and journalists who died at Munich on this day in 1958, we'll also be remembering our fellow supporter, Willie Satinoff. There is a memorial plaque, in his honour, above the door at MUST HQ, 18 Sir Matt Busby Way. 

     

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