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The Busby Babes reach Wembley nine months before the Munich Air Disaster

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Ray Wood leaves the field after being injured in the 1957 FA Cup Final

Football - 1956 / 1957 FA Cup - Final: Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1
Ray Wood's injury: United's Eddie Colman, left, checks on bloodied goalkeeper Ray Wood as he leaves the field after being shoulder-barged by Peter McParland after just six minutes of the game at Wembley, leaving him with a broken cheekbone. He was replaced in goal by teammate Jackie Blanchflower.

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Featured 1957 FA Cup Final - Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1 Print

Peter McParland collides with Ray Wood during the 1957 FA Cup Final

Football - 1956 / 1957 FA Cup - Final: Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1
Ray Wood injury incident: United goakeeper Wood, with ball in hands, moments before being shoulder-barged by Villa's Peter McParland at Wembley.
Wood was left unconscious with a broken cheekbone, while teammate Jackie Blanchflower had to take over in goal as no substitutes were allowed.

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Featured 1957 FA Cup Final - Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1 Print

Injured Manchester United goalkeeper Ray Wood during the 1957 FA Cup Final

Football - 1956 / 1957 FA Cup - Final: Aston Villa 2 Manchester United 1
Ray Wood injury incident: United goakeeper Wood receives attention from Roger Byrne (#3) after being shoulder-barged by Villa's Peter McParland at Wembley. Bobby Charlton is second left.
Wood was left unconscious with a broken cheekbone, while teammate Jackie Blanchflower (#5, pictured) had to take over in goal as no substitutes were allowed.

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