Ten Hag and the Reds sign book of condolence

Sunday 22 October 2023 19:12

Manchester United fans around the world are sharing their memories and messages of respect for Sir Bobby Charlton and his family.

A book of condolence was opened at Old Trafford on Sunday morning and, already, more than 1,000 supporters have signed it. 

Erik ten Hag and the first-team squad also wrote personal messages at Carrington. 

These will be added to the book of condolence later in the week, once our Women’s and Academy teams have had the chance to do the same. 
Fans and members of the public can leave their own messages by accessing the International Suite at Old Trafford between 10AM and 10PM, apart from matchdays. 

A separate plan for signing the book on Tuesday, matchday against FC Copenhagen, will be communicated in due course.
Thousands of fans have also paid their respects outside the United Trinity statue on the Old Trafford forecourt, where flowers, scarves and other memorabilia have been laid out. 

An online book of condolence has been open since the very sad news of Sir Bobby passing away was announced on Saturday afternoon. You can post your messages online here.
Commemorative plans are being discussed with Sir Bobby’s family and UEFA ahead of Tuesday’s game in the Champions League. 

The world remembers Sir Bobby: