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Imps’ supporter thankful for the help of his friends

27 December 2018

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For David Wragg, getting to see his beloved Imps’ play is something which he looks forward to each and every week. However, he relies on the help of others for him to be able to get to Sincil Bank due to him having Cerebral Palsy.

The 48-year old relies on friends and staff from Ashley Court to accompany him to games to ensure he can watch City in action, and he can often be seen in the Bridge McFarland stand cheering on The Imps. He recently attended the pre-Christmas fixture against Morecambe at Sincil Bank and enjoyed seeing his heroes run out 3-1 winners and was recently featured in a YouTube video documenting his day, which was also shown on Twitter HERE

James Kelsey, the manager of Ashley Court said that David loves his visits to Sincil Bank: “David is a huge Lincoln City fan and he absolutely loves going to watch them play. He wouldn’t be able to go on his own so we do everything we can to get him to games.

“The team at Ashley Court will always try and do everything they possibly can to improve the lives of our customers and going to Lincoln City games does just that for David. It’s clear to see how big a part of his life supporting Lincoln City is.”

Thank you for your support David and we look forward to welcoming you to Sincil Bank in 2019.


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