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Ramsden envisages united City

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Manchester United club secretary Ken Ramsden believes the 50th anniversary of the Munich air disaster will help build bridges with their city rivals.

Sunday´s Manchester derby will be the climax of a number of events to remember the crash on February 6, 1958 - where 23 people were killed, including eight United players - and Ramsden is confident all fans inside the ground will respect the minute´s silence.

Ramsden said: "At first we thought, ´oh hell´s teeth, we´ve got City´ but then you reflect on it and what we´re doing."

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