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celeste

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Manchester City's oldest mascots
« on: 22:32:15, 17/09/18 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45534193

Manchester City might just have set a record for having the oldest mascots in Premier League history on Saturday.

Vera Cohen, 102, led out the teams as City faced Fulham at Etihad Stadium, along with her sister Olga Halon, who is a spritely 97.

Vera has been a regular at matches for more than 85 years and still goes to every home game with Olga, son Danny and son-in-law Roger.




Vera embraced City manager Pep Guardiola in the dugout before kick-off and the pair spoke with him after the game.
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Re: Manchester City's oldest mascots
« Reply #1 on: 22:34:36, 17/09/18 »
Something to look forward to Steve and Migky

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Re: Manchester City's oldest mascots
« Reply #2 on: 09:00:38, 18/09/18 »
I thought it was a nice idea, well done City  :)

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« Reply #3 on: 10:25:35, 20/09/18 »
Perhaps they should have been in the starting line-up last night?

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« Reply #4 on: 12:03:27, 20/09/18 »
Meanwhile the mighty reds are marching through their group smashing Swiss champions young boys  :-\ , it was literally men against erm young boys  ??? , Ronaldo was that scared of meeting the worlds greatest defender Phil jones  :2funny:  that he got himself sent off so he canít play against the future champions of Europe , Iím going for a lie down now :coolsmiley: