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We'll never die: Manchester United mark 60 years since Munich crash

We'll never die: Manchester United mark 60 years since Munich crash

The service is set to commence at 2.40pm, with a minute's silence at 3.04pm to the mark the time of the disaster. Originally broadcast in 2008, United greats recite a poignant tribute to those who lost their lives as the football community prepares to pay their respects to an event which will remain central to the club's history.


Burnley vs Manchester City

Burnley vs Manchester City

After Manchester United's defeat at Tottenham in midweek, the Citizens' lead at the top of the table has grown to 15 points, with 13 games left in the season. "They are injured. I would have liked to have had 18 players and have called on someone from the second team but they played yesterday". "But football is about goals.


Tillerson Won't Rule out Olympic Talks with N. Korea

Tillerson Won't Rule out Olympic Talks with N. Korea

The Winter Olympics have triggered an apparent rapprochement on the divided peninsula, where tensions have been high over the nuclear-armed North's weapons ambitions. defense ministry talks on the schedule of the joint drills" last month and that the details are still being ironed out. The Koreas will march in as one in the opening ceremony Friday, the fourth time the two have done so at an Olympic Games.


Randy Moss elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

Randy Moss elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

No player had been a finalist more than Kramer without receiving induction into the Hall. The native of Jacksonville, Fla.is one of just six players in National Football League history with 25 sacks and 25 interceptions in his career. One particularly cool one came from Kevin Garnett, the National Basketball Association legend who played for the Minnesota Timberwolves at the same time Moss played for the Vikings.


Birthday boy Neymar rested by PSG for Coupe de France tie

Birthday boy Neymar rested by PSG for Coupe de France tie

But he has been consistently linked with a move to European champions Real who are having a bad domestic season. Indeed, he is getting more of the ball in Paris than he was playing alongside Messi and Luis Suarez and, even though he is sharing the load in attack with Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani, it is now more about him at Parc des Princes.