Category: Why Blue

Dave Kilroy

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I did contribute a Why Blue some years ago but thought I would re-contribute as people are always asked to, and especially as I’m on
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Geoffrey Ireland

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? GOALS EXPECTED – NO. 9 1942 – the year I started my Maine Road adventures some 60 years ago, and who were the names I
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Philip Schiff

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I’ve been a Blue fan since I was a little soccer mad kid, back in Wellington NZ. When they played at The Bain Reserve, most
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Simon Wardle

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? Well it all started when I was born in Ashton Under Lyne at age 0 and City loyalty spawned from there. At the ripe age
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Peter Jackson

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? It was through rugby league that I first became a Blue. My dad was an amateur league player in Eccles, and when I was young
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David Thorpe

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I was born within the roar of Maine Road at Withington Hospital (Nell Lane) on 24th November 1944. Here’s a few memories – I was
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Jim Barrie

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? or the ramblings of a long-time Blue After a lot of prompting from Don to write a “Why Blue”, I have finally put pen to
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Dave Kilroy

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? What a cracking “why blue” from Petra Manker. My eyes were filling whilst I read it. One thing that nearly always comes through in why
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Petra Manker

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I feel a bit hesitant putting in my “Why Blue?” since most “Why Blues” I have read here were written by people who were born
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Mike Wigan

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Why Blue? I can’t remember exactly the first game I ever went to but it was probably around 1972 when I was 6 years old. My mum,
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