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Sunday 26th of October 2014

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Special Guest at Meds Presentation Night

The Club was delighted to welcome a very special guest at our final presentation evening on June 20th. Roger Reade, the Chief Executive of Manchester FA accepted our invitation to attend the evening and presented the 3 Lions medals to those boys and girls who had just finished the 3 month coaching course run by our club coaches in our partnership schools. Roger said he had got a real "buzz" from the evening and had been very impressed with everything that the Club is doing in the community. He made a particular reference to our environmental/green policy and felt we must be one of the first to introduce such a policy. Roger and his team at Manchester FA are, like ourselves, keeping fingers crossed for the National Award for CS community club of the year. Watch this space............


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