Category: Why Blue

Ernie Barrow

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? My mum put light blue and white on me the day I was born. I have been wearing it ever since. Come on the Blues!
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Johnny Ellis

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? Don Price asked me to write a short article for the Mad For It newsletter (Prestwich & Whitefield Blues), which I would like to share
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Adios Dan Bowen

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I’d just like to say that Simon Curtis’s ‘Why Blue & Why back‘ is the best I’ve ever read! It made me laugh and summed
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Simon Curtis

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? Priced out, squeezed out, struck out by fate. Ah yes, we the “Glory Hunters”! I ask you! Which glory is it, you might like to
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Stephen Mann

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? My own football interest was awakened in 1977 and the first game I recall was the Cup Final decided in United ‘s favour by a
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Allan Claypole

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? [The following was sent in by Allan Claypole as a subscription request, but Allan’s vivid Maine Road memories are probably familiar to us all –
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Barry Taylor

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I don’t often contribute to the forum but thought that my final visit to the hallowed ground (first visit for 10 years or so) warranted
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Chris Murphy

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? A study in mental dysfunctions I’m not a Manc. I’m an out-of-towner. Never even been to the place before becoming a Blue. No Manc uncles,
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Jim Shields

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? Born in a terraced house in Longsight in 1932, with 2 pictures of City on the kitchen wall there was no chance of my being
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Lisa Owen

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? My uncle Bobby used to play for Manchester City in the late 60s. He scored a couple of goals on his dream début in the
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