The Munich58 Tribute Book

The Munich58 Tribute Book contains comments and tributes from football fans, both Reds and non-Reds from all over the world. Please feel free to browse the entries in the book and add your own tribute.

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mike hampton wrote on July 20, 2015:
In loving memory of all those young footballers who perished as a result of the Munich air disaster. They will never be forgotten.
Keith Rogers wrote on February 20, 2015:
February 21 1958 the day we lost the Great Duncan Edwards. 57 years of pain R.I.P Duncan never forgotten, keith rogers a fulham fan
Bek wrote on February 9, 2015:
The 6th of February is the saddest day of the year. It is a day to remember and honour those who passed away some from my home Dudley RIP bid Duncan and all the others that sadly passed away. You are remembered always
luis gongora wrote on February 7, 2015:
Ian wrote on February 7, 2015:
Another year gone by and the memory goes on. Good attendance at the memorial yesterday and fantastic to see Louis Van Gaal there. Also impressed when he read out the final section of the So Many Years song at his press conference later. Going to see Tommy Taylor's grave in Barnsley tomorrow, always good to see it convered in tributes.
God bless lads.
E. Funnell wrote on February 6, 2015:
In a blink of an eye 57 years have passed ... seems like only yesterday ... still fresh in my mind ... I will never forget you until the day i die .

" God Bless " ... You were simply the best !!!!

Love .. Ted.
Priya Mahawatte wrote on February 6, 2015:
Sir Matt Busby and the Busby Babes you made Manchester United so much more than just a football club. Your legend and spirit will live on at Old Trafford forever.
Sandra Pendlington wrote on February 6, 2015:
it seems like yesterday - they are never forgotten.
Keith Rogers wrote on February 6, 2015:
This time of year is so sad, another year passes and still it gets no easier. I remember it like yesterday. I'll never forget you boys, the greatest team ever to grace this world.God bless you all, Matts Babes in heaven
Grayso Salford wrote on February 6, 2015:
Sir Matts Babes.
Another year passes but we will never forget
Always in or hearts and forever missed. RIP
Phil Coffin wrote on February 6, 2015:
"Because how we are in the future will be founded on how we behave today.." Jimmy Murphy's prophetic words to the MUFC Board in the aftermath of the crash is relevant today as ever.

God bless The Babes & all who perished. Please also remember, for me, the twenty-fourth victim of Munich, Capitan James Thain wrongly accused of causing the crash.
Barry Bright wrote on February 6, 2015:
February 6th ALWAYS the saddest day of the year.....
Rob Hollows wrote on February 6, 2015:
Just read the David Hall book …….Manchester's Finest . Superb , emotional read on what it was like being a young boy whose love of United got shattered on that terrible day but saw the rebirth of our team culminating in May' 68 at Wembley . I was there , never forgotten evening in memory of a never forgotten team .
Steve Roper wrote on February 6, 2015:
Our Flowers of Manchester will live in our hearts forever.RIP
Dave Menashe wrote on February 6, 2015:
The years go by much quicker now. But every Feb. 6th, it seems as though time stands still. God bless the eight boys, the coaching and other staff, journalists, and supporters who we lost 57 years ago.
ronnie watson wrote on February 6, 2015:
forever in our hearts, how we long for things to be different, your legacy will live on forever WE'LL NEVER DIE
Janet,Steven and Gordon wrote on February 5, 2015:
Always in our hearts
E. Funnell wrote on January 29, 2015:
Happy Birthday Tommy Taylor ... Have a great day in Heaven Today with Sir Matt and the Boys .. 83 years young Today .... "God Bless "
Ted Funnell
Matt wrote on January 17, 2015:
United's flag is deepest red,
It shrouded all our Munich dead.
Before their limbs grew stiff and cold,
Their heart's blood dyed it's every fold.

So raise United's banner high,
Beneath it's shade we'll live and die.
So keep the faith and never fear,
We'll keep the red flag flying here.

We'll never die, we'll never die, We'll never die, we'll never die. We'll keep the red flag flying high, Because Man United will NEVER die!

RIP to all those lost in 1959: Gone but never forgotten.
Play on in heaven, lest we forget.
david burke wrote on January 16, 2015:
"As the busby babes carry on " .

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