The statue of English footballer Duncan Edwards is located on Market Place in the centre of his home town of Dudley, West Midlands.
The Manchester United and England national team player, was one of the Busby Babes, a group of young, talented footballers playing for Manchester United in the 1950s under manager Matt Busby.
Edwards was one of eight Manchester United players who died as a result of the Munich air crash. He survived the crash but died from his injuries 15 days later on 21st February 1958, aged 21.
His mother, Sarah-Anne Edwards, unveiled the statue in 1999, along with his Manchester United teammate, Sir Bobby Charlton, who survived the plane crash. The statue was relocated to the other end of Market Place during the town centre refurbishment, and rededicated in 2015.