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The Search Begins For City Cuties

The search is on; Manchester City is scouring Greater Manchester for the cutest young city fans, as it launches a search to find a first team of City Cuties.

To celebrate the launch of the new Manchester City baby range, the club and its retail partner Kitbag, are searching for 11 baby blues, all under 12 months old, to be the City Cuties for the 2010 - 2011 season.



The new baby range comprises of the essential rompers, sleepsuits, bodysuits, bibs and tee shirts to get your little ones kitted out from birth and is available to buy exclusively from the CityStore at the stadium or Arndale or online at www.mcfc.co.uk/shop

The lucky babies that are chosen as the team of City Cuties will each win products from the new baby range, be part of a special 'team' picture on the pitch at the City of Manchester stadium and be presented with a commemorative certificate.

If anyone knows of a young City fan in Greater Manchester who has what it takes to make it into the City Cuties squad, simply email a picture of them wearing a City outfit, be it a full kit, a baby grow or a bib, to Manchestercity@mere.co.uk along with their name, age, address and a contact name and telephone number. Deadline for entries is 17th October.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 5 2010

Time: 7:35PM

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have they none in Dubai they could use?
Red Boy
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05/10/2010 20:07:00

Am I too old to enter?
eighthsin
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05/10/2010 20:50:00

Dubai???!
Johnny Baguette
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05/10/2010 20:59:00

Actually that sounds like a great idea and maybe one that all other clubs could do as well.
SFC Forever
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05/10/2010 22:12:00

 

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