Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes has pledged to keep the memory of the Busby Babes alive.
Sunday’s visit of West Ham is the closest fixture to the 66th anniversary of the Munich air disaster on February 6, which claimed 23 lives, including eight players.
It is also the first time without Sir Bobby Charlton, who was injured in the crash, following his death last year.
Remembering the Flowers of Manchester.
Tributes to those who we lost in the Munich Air Disaster will continue across our fixtures this weekend and into next week
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 3, 2024
Fernandes said: “We know the demands of playing for Manchester United. It’s a legacy which is in the club.
“It’s a respo