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Worthing Arsenal fan Harry Molineaux praised for 80 years of support
10:00am Wednesday 25th September 2013 in News
A 103-year-old football fanatic was issued with a special centenary invitation to watch the team he has been supporting for more than 80 years.
Harry Molineaux, a veteran and resident at The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home in Worthing, watched Arsenal beat Stoke 3-1 at The Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Knowing that Harry was a committed Gooner, he was issued the invitation by the Arsenal Foundation who are celebrating 100 years in Islington.
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At the match Harry was presented with an Arsenal shirt printed with his personal team number ‘103’.
Harry, who travelled up from Worthing with his grandson Bobby, said: “It was a great game. It’s a beautiful stadium. I used to go with my whole family to see Arsenal. My father used to take me and I remember taking Bobby, my grandson, when he was just a young child.”
At 103 years old, Harry Molineaux is the Queen Alexandra Hospital Home’s most senior veteran.
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