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City fans plan Bradley Lowery tribute

City supporters are clubbing together to pay tribute to Bradley Lowery, the six-year-old football fan who lost his battle with cancer last week.

The passing of the young Sunderland fan was felt across the football world – and with City due to meet the Black Cats in the Sky Bet Championship this season, it seems the perfect opportunity for Robins supporters to celebrate Bradley’s courageous fight.
 
City fan Tony Wilkins has set up a crowdfunding page, aimed at raising enough money to purchase a 40ft flag, with any surplus funds being put towards the Bradley Lowery Foundation.
 
The plan is to surf the flag at the Stadium of Light when City visit on Saturday, October 28th, and again for the return fixture at Ashton Gate on Saturday, February 10th.
 
If you would like to donate to the crowdfunding page, click here.

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