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Farewell Neil Young

Manchester City Legend Neil Young has passed away. In the words today of Club Ambassador Mike Summerbee, 'We have lost one of our favourite sons'

A scorer of many important goals for The Blues, it was Neil's legendary strike that won the FA Cup for City against Leicester City in 1969. The club dedicated this season's FA Cup clash with The Foxes to 'Nelly' and produced red and black scarves, the colour of The Citizens kit in that final, for City fans to wear.

The centre forward was deeply touched by the City faithful's show of support for him as he battled against cancer.

Everyone at Vital Manchester City and the Vital Network extend their deepest condoleances to Neil Young's family and friends.





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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 3 2011

Time: 4:27PM

Your Comments

Rest in peace Neil.
Bluedub
RIP Neil. True MCFC legend
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
always be a legend to me Nelly, thanks for that goal. R.I.P
Buzz Lightyear
Hats off to the one and only Neil Young - let's hope City can honour his memory by lifting a tropphy this season.
fifthcolumnblue
RIP, Nelly,a true blue and will be missed..
cityman51
Only the good die Young... R.I.P. Neil. The club fundraiser has earned over 16k for him so far (50% to his family, 50% to charity - not sure what will happen with the first 50% now) showing just how appreciative we are with our club heritage and legends.
StuMCFC
Also a great shame he couldn't live to see our hopefully upcoming successes, the first since his era, as he still followed us closely and loved the club.
StuMCFC
R.I.P Neil - somebody i'll never forget when City is talked about.
Thaibluefan
RIP Neil, never got to watch you play but from the youtube clips you looked like a sensational player
Scragg
R.I.P Neil you did us proud ......
Doody
R.I.P. Neil. You were good mate!
Oziman
R.I.P.
TheFamousNo7
RIP Neil.
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