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Former Manchester United winger Kenny Morgans has died at the age of 73.
He was one of the famous Busby Babes and survived the Munich air crash in 1958.
David Chisnall reports.
Former Manchester United player Kenny Morgans who survived the Munich air disaster has died.
Kenny was a member of the famous Busby babes side that were managed by Sir Matt Busby.
He died in hospital after being taken ill on Saturday.
In 2009 we took Kenny along with another survivor Albert Scanlon back to the scene of the tragedy. It was an emotional pilgrimage to the place they lost so many of their team mates. Click video for more.
Today Manchester United announced that Morgans had been taken ill on Saturday night but died later in hospital.
In a statement on the clubs web site Manchester United said staff at the football club send their deepest condolences to Kenny's family and friends.
Welshman Morgans played for United in the 1950's and was a member of the famous Busby Babes side that were manager by Sir Matt Busby.
On February 6th 1958 Kenny Morgans was part of the Manchester United squad that was involved in the Munich air disaster.
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Kenny Morgans, a Busby Babe and a survivor of the Munich Air disaster in 1958 has passed away aged 73.