Tanner in Legends
Friday, 12th Sep 2014 17:08
Adam Tanner, the man who scored Town’s winner in their first ever victory at Anfield in 1994/95, will be in Legends after Saturday’s game to meet the Norwegian Blues and other supporters.
Ex-player events post-match in Legends have been really popular in the last few seasons and the Supporters Club has been working closely with Simon Milton in order to run more.
Throughout the season there will be a chance to meet Town heroes of past in Legends Bar from around 5.15pm. There is no charge for entry and the bar is open to all fans, no matter which stand you were in for the game.
The now established Legends in Legends event, attended by a large number ex-players all at the same time, will take place on 7th March.
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