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Minute's applause ahead of Millwall game

City will be holding a minute’s applause ahead of kick-off on Saturday with Millwall in memory of club legend Alec Eisentrager.

The post-war great, who was part of the 1955 Third Division (South) title-winning squad passed away at the age of 90 last week.

He made 246 appearances for the club during a nine-year spell, scoring 47 times. The players will also don black armbands as a mark of respect.


The club will also mark the passing of two supporters, Mitchell Webber and George Zographou.

Mitchell was just 19 and was a season card holder in the Lansdown Stand wheelchair area. Back in 2013 he led the team out as a mascot against Peterborough United and he also completed work experience at Ashton Gate.

His dad Simon says: “Mitchell was very well known at the club and many of the players knew him as the happy lad in his wheelchair. A minute’s applause would have been his last wish.”

George – a Lansdown Stand season card holder – passed away at the age of 18 after falling ill at the Boardmasters Festival in Cornwall. This week he would have been collecting his A-level results from St Brendan’s Sixth Form college.

Our thoughts are with the family and friends of both Mitchell and George at this sad time.

Mitchell Webber, passed away, aged 19
Mitchell was a mascot in 2013
George Zographou passed away, aged 18