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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-12-15, 9:33 am

Last night was a night I will long remember it was sad that Bradleys big moment was met with so many empty seats.

A big well done to Chelsea, their players and their fans, they did Bradley proud.

Their was a surreal moment on 5 minutes when Bradleys shirt came up on the big screens with number 5 on the back. Everyone stood and applauded and there is only one Bradley Lowery rang out.

Chelsea were attacking down the right and you could almost see them back off thinking f*ck it, we cant score now.

It all brought a tear to the eye of a 68 year old in the east stand, I don't think he was alone.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2016-12-15, 9:49 am

I was listening on radio and the cheers for Bradley sounded brilliant. So loud and heartfelt. You could tell it brought a lump to the throat of Barnes and Benno as well.

Well done to everyone from SAFC and Chelsea for making last night one to remember forever. Those memories wll be needed by Bradley and his family to sustain and comfort them in the weeks ahead.
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Post  gil t azell on 2016-12-15, 10:52 am

One of them empty seats was mine Syd. Not by choice I hasten to add. A bad back prevented me going. Hopefully fit for the weekends match.

Pleased Bradley had his moment of glory and well impressed with what I saw from both SAFC and Chelsea players embracing the moment.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2016-12-15, 11:29 am

gil t azell wrote:One of them empty seats was mine Syd. Not by choice I hasten to add. A bad back prevented me going. Hopefully fit for the weekends match.

Pleased Bradley had his moment of glory and well impressed with what I saw from both SAFC and Chelsea players embracing the moment.

I should have expanded, it was not empty seats of people who for whatever reason could not go, it was the empty seats of people who did go but preferred a few extra pints to coming in early to support Bradley.

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Post  canary-dave on 2016-12-15, 11:48 am

Even Diego Costa played his part!

I've got tears in my eyes just writing about it, what a smashing little lad!

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