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Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
Discussion started by Boston Gooner , 06 February, 2020 10:05
Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
Boston Gooner 06 February, 2020 10:05
Such a sad tragedy.

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Re: Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
goonerred 06 February, 2020 10:10
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Boston Gooner
Such a sad tragedy.
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I don't understand how fans can use this against United when they're playing them. It's a disgrace that they do that. I read a really poignant poem once about the deceased players watching on from the stands.

RIP 62 years on.

Re: Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
Boston Gooner 06 February, 2020 10:41
HOW ARSENAL PAID TRIBUTE TO UNITED IN 1958

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includes a picture of The famous Clock End at Highbury



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Re: Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
BootyDaddy 06 February, 2020 14:13
Obviously they were all fantastic players, but Duncan Edwards was the gem of the bunch.

What a player the world missed out on there. He would have unquestionably been apart of the '66 England team as well as he was just 21 at the time of his death and already been capped 18 times, scoring 5 goals.



Albert Einstein once said: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

Re: Busby Babes: Manchester United's fallen eight remembered
djarse 06 February, 2020 14:38
Yep always had Man U as my second favourite team as a result of this tragedy.


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