As we all know that the Manchester United legend Kenny Morgan one of the survivors of Munich air disaster died today at the age of 73 .He himself explained the Munich air disaster .He gave an interview to the official website of Manchester United by saying that
We came from Belgrade down into Munich to refuel , the weather was terrible, it was snowing, there was ice on the plane. They took the ice off the plane twice. The first couple of times we were just laughing.
We thought, “go and have another cup of coffee”. Nobody thought anything about it, everybody was joking.. But everybody was feeling the same way when we got on the third time,it was quiet. People had changed seats, gone up the back to sit down, so it seemed as if something was going to happen. I was sat by the window looking out. I was frightened to death. I remember thinking the plane can’t go any faster and we’re not in the air.
You don’t get over something like that. I’ve got the last line-up of the team in my lounge and I see the boys every time I get up and go downstairs. I was lucky because Duncan Edwards lived just two doors down from my digs, and Tommy Taylor was five doors away. I used to call for them to train every morning for three months, so I got to know them like brothers. I missed them a lot.
I came back from the crash on the train with Dennis Viollet. He was told not to kick a ball for a year. I was home for a week and Jimmy Murphy came to get me because he said we had no players and no wingers. I played in a few games up to Wembley, I was picked on the Friday night to play in the final , so I was over the moon. I thought ‘I could play my heart out for the players that died.
Walking round the ground, Jimmy came up and told me he wasn’t going to play me because he thought the atmosphere in the ground would be too much. I wasn’t very pleased. A fortnight later he picked me for the Milan game at Old Trafford and told me he was sorry he hadn’t played me at Wembley because I’d have won the game for him. I played my heart out that night, I was man of the match against Milan. Then I just sort of packed my career in ,I just didn’t want to play in the first team.
I missed the boys that had died. I went home to Swansea , the boss thought it would help my career if I went back for a fresh start. But my heart wasn’t in it.
I remember hitting the fence at the end of the runway, then I blacked out. At about eight or nine o’clock that night, two German reporters went back to the plane to look for something and I was still there. I was the last out. Once the plane hit the fence, it had pushed me underneath the plane to the luggage compartment at the back.
I woke up on the Sunday morning, with Albert Scanlon, Bobby Charlton and Ray Wood and thought the other players would be in a different room. Then the professor of the hospital came round and told me of the players that had died, and said that Matt, Johnny Berry and Duncan Edwards were upstairs.
Source : Manutd.com