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Busby Babe, Bill Foulkes, has passed away at the age of 81. The Manchester United legend died this morning.
In a rare interview, from many years ago, Foulkes explains how the club were still buying players "20 minutes before kick off" in their first post-Munich game.
Foulkes survived the disaster at Munich in 1958. Today, United officials praised his "heroics" in the aftermath of the crash, and his legendary playing career. They describe him as a "giant" of the club.
With the passing of Busby Babes legend Bill Foulkes, ITV staff are scouring our archives for rare film of the defender.
Foulkes is seen here in undated footage, from the 1950s, shot before the Munich crash. He is filmed training and signing autographs outside Old Trafford.
Manchester United legend, Bill Foulkes, who died today - told ITV about his memory of the Munich air disaster in 2008.
Foulkes spoke of the moment of impact as the moment everything, and everyone aboard, "went bang".
Eight United players, and three club staff, were among the 23 people who died.
Manchester United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward paid tribute to Foulkes, saying: "Bill was a giant character in the post-war history of Manchester United."
"He was a very gentle man, who I was privileged to meet on several occasions, including most memorably with his team-mates at the Champions League final in Moscow, 50 years after his heroics in the Munich air crash."
Woodward continued: "Bill's contribution over almost 700 games and nearly 20 years will never be forgotten. The thoughts of everyone at the club - directors, players, staff and fans - are with Bill's family."