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Your Munich Poems

.Your Munich Poems  2004-2015

On February 6th 1958, 23 people RIP (of the 44 passengers & crew) lost their lives when a plane crashed at Munich Airport, attempting to take off in heavy snow. Among the dead, were members of Manchester United Football Club, returning from a European Cup tie v Red Star Belgrade.  New poems always welcome .Crispin

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06 Feb Munich 1958   Emdad Rahman
04 Feb  2 Tragedies   Mike Bartram
2010-2008
   Roger Byrne Dachlan Cartwright
50 years on …  – Clik the mouse
The Day We Lost A Football Team – Crispin Thomas
Like the Shirts! – Denys E. W. Jones
Standing Together – Mark Thomas
Sir Matt’s Babes – Emdad Rahman
(Just) a moment of silence – Emdad Rahman
sixty seconds of silence – Mike Garry
Munich anniversary – Clik the mouse
Munich, Feb 6th 1958  – Clik the mouse
Imagine if  – Pogue Mahone
Diamonds in the Snow – Me
Belgrade: 6th February 1958 – Ted Smith-Orr
Matt Busby’s Babes Play On – Dennis Gould
Fifty Years Sixty Seconds – S B Ingle
6.2.58 – Alan McKean
8.8.3 – Alan McKean
2007
Glasnevin Cemetary – Peter Goulding
More Than A Football Club – Andy Lockett
Munich 58 – John Fisher
Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes  –  Gerry Lawrence
Lost For Words – S B Ingle
Forever & Ever – John Fisher
The Flowers of Manchester – Eric Winter  
2006
Our Busby Babe – Caddy
The Day A Team Died – A.M.
2005
The Last of The Busby Babes – Poet Shot
2004
Sir Matt Busby – Parry Maguire
We Will Remember – Alan Laine
The Busby Babes – Paul Collins
Flowers of Manchester – Ben Andrew  

Source: http://footballpoets.org/news/2019/02/14/your-munich-poems/