"Not only that, the Babes made the history of Manchester United, without question".
"They will never be forgotten". It was tough but a pleasure to be part of it and as I said I thought it was very fitting.
Snow fell while fans queued outside Old Trafford and throughout the service and renditions of the hymn "Abide with me" and club chant 'We'll never die, ' sung by the first team wearing club suits and Munich badges, standing beside former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who paid tribute to the Babes.
Harold Hardman, United's chairman at the time of Munich, vowed: "We will rise again". "I'm just very glad that Henry Gregg. was counted good enough to play for what I consider to be one of the greatest clubs in the world".
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United held a minute's silence before their Premier League win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday in memory of the 23, who died when the plane transporting them back to England crashed after attempting to take off from Munich-Riem Airport in bad weather.
"He kept the flag flying as he asked him too and really once he got back to Manchester, Jimmy realised how hard that would be because obviously there were so many people not only passed away but some of the players careers were completely devastated". "Being here today is a sign of respect for this big club and its unbelievable fans", said Hoeness at Munich's Manchesterplatz, named as a tribute to the victims of the air crash in 2008. I didn't realise what had happened.
Manager Matt Busby's side were English champions and had reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup, and had defied the English FA to enter the European Cup, a newly created tournament between teams on the continent.
"The day that is absolutely shown in red on this week's calendar is on Tuesday, a day that marks the 60th anniversary of the air disaster", Spanish forward Juan Mata wrote in his blog on United's website.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, speaking at an event elsewhere in the city, also acknowledged the disaster.
"It was a really emotional time for anybody who was a football fan".