The men in the plane will forever be remember but never fogotten. God Bless them! Great job with the site, it nice and brought tears to my eyes.
I may not have been alive at the time, but I am red through and through. Fantastic site." And from somewhere in heaven
ANOTHER YEAR PASSING,ALWAYS IN OUR HEARTS,R.I.P
From the dark snows of Munich back in '58, I remember a team that was once so great, their memory still lingers on in my mind, so I follow United till the end of my time....RIP
For ever and ever we'll follow the boys of Man Utd the Busby Babes. R.I.P Boys, we will never forget.THE RELIGION
THE RELIGION IS UNITED - ONE LOVE
just spent a few minutes in reflection, and tears appeared as usual, it's Feb. 6th here, a day early in Sydney which means, today and tomorrow are sad days.I will always remember where I was 45 years ago, playing in the streets of "Hanky Park"" Salford 6
45 years on and still remembered - Reds forever
I know I wasnt there or even alive when it happenend but being a United fan I have heard so much about it and when seeing this site it brings tears to my eyes. It is so unbelievable that so many good people killed in an instant
One United ... One Love ... RIP boys
We wont forget you...and the boys will do you proud against City on sunday.
The flags still flying ladsRIP
A Liverpoolm fan, who respects the great tragedy of 1958. It is a tribute to the club that they carried on so gracefully but remembered those lost with such love and dignity.
Your legend lives on. The red flag is flying as high as ever.You brought so much joy to many fans.May all the victims RIP
Tragic waste of brilliant players. You helped make your club what it is today.A Celtic fan.
been following United all my life and have seen many tributes to Munich, reading over the crash again brought tears to my eyeswe will keep the flag flying dunc and the boys
45 years on and the sadness still remains undimmed. You were and still are the heart of Manchester United. God bless you all. RIP
RIP - we'll be thinking of you this week
Mark Jones leaps high in defence and heads the ball down to Eddie Colman, who has snaked into a space and is ready to start an attacking movement. Liam Whelan glides forward,Duncan Edwards starts to go, but Colman sees Roger Byrne for a shrewd square pass to the left, David Pegg makes his run, taking the pass from Byrne, strides upfield before crossing it hard for Tommy Taylor to rise majestically to head another spectacular goal at the Stretford End. Always remembered.