The Flowers of Manchester

Daniele (from Red Rants) has a written a moving piece on the Munich disaster – here’s an extract:

Sam couldn’t have been more focused if he had been watching a movie, so I moved on: “Harry Gregg, United’s keeper, had been thrown out the cabin after the impact along with Bobby Charlton.” “He had thought Charlton was dead, and went back to the wreckage to rescue survivors to safety, despite the danger of an explosion.”

Sam stared at me, disbelief apparent on his face: “Are you telling me that he went into a burning airplane to carry out the survivors?”

He had been struck by the legend of the “Hero of Munich”.

Read the rest on Red Rants: The flowers of English football – the flowers of Manchester.

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