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Sunday 26th of October 2014

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A "Double Double" award for Meds

Following on from our recent award from Manchester FA as their FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2009, we have been notified that the Club has once again won the North West Regional FA Community Club of the Year 2009 for the second year in succession. This means that we have basically retained our titles from 2008. No other football club has won any of these awards 2 years running. Says John Burnett our Chairman " It is a remarkably achievement to have won both awards yet again and shows how much the FA recognises the good work undertaken by the Club. I would like to thank all the managers, coaches and everyone connected with Meds for their efforts throughout last season. We have now been put forward for the National FA Award which would be fantastic if we could make it a hat-trick for 2009 in the same year that we hope to start work on the new Clubhouse. We are now building up quite a collection of plaques for display in our Community Room once the Clubhouse is completed."


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