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Photo Set No 3 - Submitted by John Moore 9th April 2012
Scenes From The Grand Arcade
John Moore was on hand to capture HOME GROWN Players (with help and a bit of added glamour from the hard-working office staff) at the Grand Arcade selling tickets and promoting the up-coming special Centenary Game with a West Ham u23 side on Tuesday 24th April.Match Details Here
Photo Set No 2 - Submitted by David Day 18th February 2012
David now lives in the USA but has kept in touch with his CUFC Roots, as he writes below. He kindly sent us some photos of his recent trip back to Cambridge. Thanks David!
"I am a lifelong U's fan. I grew up in Cherry Hinton. The last game I saw as a UK resident was the 2-0 win that clinched the old 3rd division title in 1991.
I get back about every 2 years. I currently coach the La Roche College team in Pittsburgh, USA. I had the pleasure of bringing my team over in May 2011. Took them on a tour of the Abbey and were treated very well by the club.
I still listen to games live online via Radio Cambridgeshire. Proud to be a member of the Amber Army! Great work by CFU."
Photo Set No.1- Submitted by Neil Adams 14thNovember 2011
U's Fan Neil Adams arrived at work earlier this week and much to his supprise and dismay saw what can only be described as an act of unwanten vandalism.
One of any U's fans most treasured pocessions- The Jezolution T-Shirt -had suffered an unimaginable fate. Neil went into immediate shock and fortunately a passing St Johns Ambulance trainee got there just in time and maganged to revive Neil by whispering gently, but repeatedly, in his ear " One Nil Away.......One Nil Away..........".
When fully recovered Neil took stock of the scene.
The culprit has been
identified, a disciplinary red card shown, and they have been informed that retribution this Saturday afternoon will be swift
It is thought that at the hearing mitigating circumstances will be taken into account as the perpetrator is clearly suffering from a form of delusion sickness._
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