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Norwich Metropolis players raised a glass in memory of a lifelong fan who left them £a hundred in his will for a round of drinks.
Barrie Greaves died in December on the age of eighty three, and decided to scramble away his heroes a puny bit of something to claim thank you.
And whereas it appeared as despite the truth that the Canaries had been ingesting largely water ahead of their sport against Manchester United at Former Trafford, the crew raised a glass to thank Barrie for his gesture.
“Cheers, Barrie!” the membership tweeted, whereas membership legend Bryan Gunn tweeted “Thanks Barrie” alongside with two beer emojis.
Cheers, Barrie! 💛 pic.twitter.com/XXpJYe3QRR
— Norwich Metropolis FC (@NorwichCityFC) January 10, 2020
🍻Thanks Barrie🍻 @SarahGreaves18 💛💚 #RIPBarrie
— Bryan James Gunn (@MrGunny1963) January 10, 2020
Barrie’s daughter Sarah replied on social media to those impressed by her father’s gesture, tweeting: “Dad would swap all this Twitter attention despite the truth that for 3 facets on Saturday,” adding: “Right drink the next day despite the truth that guys after those three facets?!?”
Sarah urged ITV that the donation became as soon as clause three in her father’s will, and acknowledged “the Canaries will precise continually be a part of our household”.