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Following an impeccably observed minute's silence for Harry Gregg, we're under way Old Trafford. #MUFC  #MUNWAT 

Prior to kick-off in today's game at Old Trafford, there will be a minute's silence to remember our beloved former goalkeeper, Harry Gregg OBE.

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📖 Today's issue of #UnitedReview  features tributes to #MUFC  legend Harry Gregg OBE.

'Forever red. Forever loved. Forever grateful.' Man Utd's pre-match tribute to Munich air disaster hero Harry Gregg 🙏 Live: #bbcfootball  #MUFC 

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Old Trafford flags at half-mast in tribute to the late, great Harry Gregg#mufc 

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Players from both #DRFC  and @shrewsweb  will wear black armbands as we remember Harry Gregg who passed away earlier this week at the age of 87. Harry played for Rovers between 1952 and 1957, going on to manage the Shrews between 1968 and 1972. RIP, Harry💚

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👏 | Ahead of kick-off, #CreweAlex  will conducte a one-minute appreciation of applause for former manager Harry Gregg, who sadly passed away this week. RIP Harry Gregg

Funeral held for former Doncaster Rovers, Manchester United and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg:

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It is with deepest sadness that we have learned of the passing of former player Harry Gregg OBE. The thoughts and prayers of everyone at the club go out to Harry’s family and friends.

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Paying tribute to the life and career of United legend Harry Gregg.

"Harry’s contribution to the United story can never be underestimated." Rest in peace, Harry Gregg ❤️

Remembering an #MUFC  legend ❤️ Sir Bobby Charlton, Sir Alex Ferguson and Denis Law were among those who attended Harry Gregg's funeral in Coleraine today.

We will wear black armbands, as a mark of respect for Harry Gregg OBE, in tonight's game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

"My good God, there wasn't many who came home." At the 1958 Munich air disaster, which killed 23 people, former @ManUtd  goalkeeper Harry Gregg pulled people to safety. Speaking to us in 2018, he recited a poem which he wrote as a tribute to his teammates who didn't come home.

Tuesday marks 60 years since the Munich Air Disaster took the lives of 23 people, including eight players. Harry Gregg'>Survivor Harry Gregg has written a poem for his team-mates.

6 Feb 1958, 3.04pm - the Munich air disaster claimed the lives of: Eight Manchester United players Three club staff Eight journalists Two crew members Two passengers Never forgotten - and remembered here by survivor, Harry Gregg? #FlowersOfManchester 

We would like to congratulate #MUFC  legend Harry Gregg on being awarded a well-deserved OBE in the New Year's Honours list.

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