Former Manchester United, Doncaster Rovers and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg, a hero of the Munich air disaster, has died at the age of 87.
His death was announced by the Harry Gregg Foundation on Monday morning.
Gregg was a survivor of the air disaster on February 6, 1958, in which 23 people were killed.
He twice returned to the burning fuselage to drag team-mates and strangers to safety.
He rescued United team-mates Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet from the BEA Flight 609, as well as a 20-month old baby and her badly injured, pregnant mother.
Gregg started his career at Doncaster Rovers where he made 94 appearances from 1952 until 1957 where he secured a move to Manchester United.
He became the world's most expensive keeper when United, and Sir Matt Busby paid £23,000 for him.