Andrew Pearson RIP
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Andrew Pearson lost his battle with cancer over the weekend. He passed away Saturday morning having fought the disease for over 18 months. He managed to see the majority of […]

Bus for Semi-Finals – Sold Out!
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Should we get to the Semi-Finals of the FA Cup we are running a bus to Wembley, and because of my domestic arrangements we have had to organise the trip […]

Dinner date Confirmed – 19th January 2019
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Now that Sky have had their say, and moved most of our fixtures either directly or indirectly, we can now confirm the date for this seasons Dinner. 19th January 2019. […]

News , News, News!
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Firstly, before the Burnley game on 16th September our old friend Kenny Hibbitt will be joining members of the DDCWWFCSC in the Great Western for a book signing session of […]

Home ticket information – IMPORTANT
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The new season is fast approaching and demand for home tickets will be high. We have 8 tickets up for grabs this season, and they will be available in the […]

Andy Godden RIP
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I have received the very sad news that Andy Godden member of the DDCWWFCSC passed away this week having lost his battle with Cancer. A quiet unassuming member, Andy travelled […]

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Andrew Pearson RIP

Andrew Pearson lost his battle with cancer over the weekend. He passed away Saturday morning having fought the disease for over 18 months. He managed to see the majority of last season – something he didn’t expect to do over a year before, but in the week following the semi final he received the news that the Chemo was no longer keeping the cancer under control.

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He had loved the Championship winning season and was thrilled to see us back in the Premier League. As a valued Member of the DDCWWFCSC for over 20 years he was known by many for his gentle smile and quiet ways. At our last Dinner when he was invited to sit on the top table, he decided to speak about his health to the members present and showed immense bravery to do so in front of a room full of people. This brought the utmost respect from everyone present.

He was not well enough to make the final game at Anfield, but we were able to help him get to all of the games that he wanted to attend during his final season. Our thoughts are with his wife Jane and the family at this sad time, RIP.