ON THIS DAY IN SPORT.
1958: A plane carrying Manchester United players crashed at Munich airport on the way back from a match against Red Star Belgrade. A total of 23 people died as a result of the accident, including eight United players.
2001: Hull City Football Club were locked out of their Boothferry Park ground after bailiffs, under landlord David Lloyd''s orders, changed the locks.
2002: New Zealander Graham Henry stood down as coach of the Wales rugby union team.
2004: Former England boss Sir Clive Woodward was named as the British and Irish Lions head coach for their 2005 tour of New Zealand. 2007: Liverpool announced to the Stock Exchange they had agreed the terms of a recommended cash offerto be made by the American consortium led by George Gillett and Tom Hicks to buy the club.
2008: Goals from Shaun Wright-Phillips and Jermaine Jenas ensured Fabio Capello''s reign as England boss got off to a successful start with a 2-1 win over Switzerland at Wembley. 2011: England lost the final one-day cricket international to Australia by 57 runs in Perth, losing the seven-match series 6-1.