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MEDS meet Wayne Rooney

Members of the Club recently attended the Manchester FA Grassroots Dinner where the special guest was non other than the newly crowned “Footballer of the Year”, Wayne Rooney. The dinner was held at Lancashire Cricket Club with 500 people attending. During the evening the Club was re-presented with it’s National Community Club of the Year award by Wayne himself. The picture shows our (soon to be) new Club Secretary, Damian Preston, receiving the plaque from Wayne. This was a special moment for Damian being a staunch United fan, unlike certain other Club members from the ‘ Blue Half of Manchester ‘ who took up a back row position in the photogragh, having been dumped out of the Carling Cup the night before from a last minute Rooney goal! (Click on the image below to see the bigger picture)
Meds meets Wayne Rooney



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