Bayern Munich’s President Uli Hoeness, CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Hermann Memmel attend the commemoration.
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Thousands of people turned out for memorial ceremonies in Manchester and Munich Tuesday to mark the 60th anniversary of the air disaster that killed eight of the Manchester United team of the day.In a poignant echo of the treacherous conditions that prevailed that day, heavy snow fell at United's Old Trafford ground as Sir Bobby Charlton, 80, and Harry Gregg, 85 – players who both survived the crash – joined the club's current first team, coach Jose Mourinho and thousands of fans in a tribute to the victims.In Munich, club ambassador Denis Irwin joined an estimated 3,000 United fans for a ceremony and a two-minute silence at the scene of the crash.
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