I feel the same way Angie. It's so hard not to cry at such a heart-wrenching tragedy.Wonderful photos...I have never seen many of them and really can't help myself from crying while watching them. I have always wished to get old and to die a peaceful death and the way they died and so young...it's too much even for me and It takes a lot for me to start crying.
I know how you feel mate, those pictures of the crash and the menu are real chokers. And the one of Sir Matt Busby in the oxygen really got to me. RIPThat just sends a shiver all the way down my spine. The last time i cried was the day after my dad's funeral 3 years ago- until i started looking through these photos. I had to go out into the car park to compose myself. RIP to them all.
If Bestie doesn't say that, I don't know who will, if it wasn't for Sir Matt, Georgie would have been gone long before he actually did. If it wasn't him United wouldn't be what it is today(with a very special mention to Sir Alex).Matt was given the Last Rites twice, there were Nuns around his bed praying for him when he woke up, it reaffirmed his belief in God, that's one of the things that gave him strength to go on
What was really special was when they did his story on This is your life" They brought the Doctor and the Nurses onto the show, Matt had kept in touch with all of them after Munich
I remember George Best saying "He was the nicest human being I ever met"
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