Meet the pensioner who has read every copy of the M.E.N since 1942

Meet the pensioner who has read every copy of the M.E.N since 1942
 

A great-grandfather who has read every copy of the M.E.N since 1942 celebrated his 90th birthday this weekend.
Alfred George Ryan may have read as many as 24,000 copies of this newspaper since he moved from Middlesbrough to Newton Heath aged 16.
The Manchester City fan bought a copy of the M.E.N on his first day in the city, according to his daughter, Pauline Wray, and has not missed an issue since.
Pauline, 60, said: “He reads every issue back to front, there’s not a column he misses. I just think he has got to be one of the oldest readers and has read more copies of the paper than... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 37
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