Don Price has been a Manchester City fan all his life, following the blues from the early 60s onwards. He joined the Royal Navy in 1969 and served for 8 years. He went on to work for the NHS for 30 years until he was made redundant. He was also chairman of one of the largest and most active City Supporters Clubs - Prestwich and Whitefield. He then trained as a driving instructor (which is a book in itself!). Don is the author of the very funny and best-selling book A Football Fans story - The Royal Navy, Manchester City And Me. Don is married to Catherine, they have two sons Steven and Sean and a granddaughter Ayla. Sean Riley is one South Australia's leading playwrights and over the past few years has written plays for a number of South Australian companies including The Sad Ballad of Penny Dreadful, presented by Windmill Performing Arts in January 2006, My Sister Violet for Urban Myth Theatre of Youth in 2005, The Last Acre (2003) and The Time of Ashes (2001). His latest play The Angel & the Red Priest will be performed as part of the 2008 Adelaide Festival of Arts.
Manchester City fans have always been special Tommy Booth
It is because of the loyalty of the City fans that this club is so great Joe Corrigan