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(Photo) Man Utd fans display a banner in honour of Harry Gregg ahead of match against Watford

The funeral of former Manchester United and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg took place in Coleraine this week.

Gregg, a hero of the 1958 Munich air disaster, died last week aged 87.

He bravely rescued team-mates and other passengers following the plane crash in which 23 were killed, including 8 United players.

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Before today’s game against Watford, the Old Trafford faithful unveiled a banner in the Stretford End to respect the club legend.

As seen above (tweet via @ManUtd), the banner reads: Forever Red, Forever United, Forever Grateful.

It was a lovely gesture from the fans!

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