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William has a day to remember as mascot
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Apr 28, 2019, 21:21

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It was a special day on Saturday for 6 year old William Carter.

William was mascot for the last game of the season against Thame United. After meeting the players and joining them for the pre-match warm-up, he then lead the team out onto the pitch.

His presence at the game was of extra significance as he is the grandson of the late Phil Moore. Phil was a lifelong City fan who was tragically killed in a car crash in November last year.

Mascot William Carter with a signed match ball at the game against Thame

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