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Harry Gregg 16 x 12" Signed Photograph
- Harry Gregg personally signed limited edition photograph
- Approximate size of photograph: 16 x 12"
- Superior matt black frame
- Certificate of authenticity
Vintage image of Harry Gregg at Highbury for Man Utd v Arsenal 1st February 1958. Personally signed by the legend himself.
Note the impressive dimensions of this piece
Gregg was a goalkeeper who had 48 clean sheets in his United career. He is sometimes called 'The Hero of Munich' because he pulled some of his team mates from the burning plane during the Munich Air Disaster including Bobby Charlton, Jackie Blanchflower and Dennis Viollet. He also pulled out a woman and her baby as well as his manager Sir Matt Busby.
Harry Gregg is rated by many as the best goalkeeper Manchester United ever had, yet he achieved no medals to justify this claim. He was ruled out of the 1963 FA Cup victory due to a serious shoulder injury, and a succession of injuries meant that he could not play enough games to qualify for a league championship medal in the 1964-65 and 1966-67 title-winning campaigns. He was transferred to Stoke City in the summer of 1967.
He received an MBE in 1995.
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