Why City? I was born in Manc in ’64. My father was at the cup finals of ’55 and 56′, the Newcastle game of ’68, Wembley ’69 and League Cup ’70, Vienna ’70, and so on. The family tradition is intense. I was at the League Cup finals of ’74 and ’76 and both matches in ’81. By this time, I was hooked. Living by now in Coventry due to my father’s work commitments, I chose to attend University in Manchester so I could watch City. I now teach in Stratford in Warwickshire, still living in Coventry. City is everything. I love them. I fear them. But they are my club and will be forever. City ’til I die!
First printed in: MCIVTA Newsletter #507 on