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Harry Gregg Signed 1958 Busby Babes Framed Storyboard

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A survivor of the Munich air crash in February 1958, Gregg was one of the disaster’s great heroes. Having escaped with just a bloody nose, he went back into the wreckage to pull out those who were trapped.

A survivor of the Munich air crash in February 1958, Gregg was one of the disaster’s great heroes. Having escaped with just a bloody nose, he went back into the wreckage to pull out those who were trapped. He rescued a 20-month-old child, a pregnant woman and attempted to revive Matt Busby. It wasn’t out of character. A real tough nut, Gregg was as vocal, commanding and abrasive as Peter Schmeichel would become three decades later. His bold personality and powerful physique had persuaded Busby to fork out £23,000 – then a world record fee for a goalkeeper – just three months before the crash. After the disaster, Gregg was a part of the patchwork team built by Jimmy Murphy who reached the FA Cup final three months later.

Here is a 30×12 storyboard photo commemorating the Busby Babes.

The item was signed by Harry at a signing session carried out and attended by Allstarsignings in Birmingham, 20th November 2011.

The item comes with an Allstarsignings certificate of authenticity which will have photographic proof inserted into it and our tamper-proof hologram.