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Manchester City remembers

On Sunday Manchester City will honour those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom of others.

The players will all be wearing match shirts embroidered with the poppy motif and these will be signed and auctioned off to raise funds for the Royal British Legion.

Club Chaplain Peter Horlock will deliver the 'Ode of Remembrance' and there will be a minute's silence before the match. A single bugle player will perform the Last Post in the stadium and Club legends Mike Summerbee and Sir Bobby Charlton will lay a poppy wreath.

A poppy wreath laying will also take place in the memorial garden before the match, led by the Club Chaplain.

The matchday remembrance activities are part of a number of initiatives we have participated in to show our support.

A group of Academy players visited Broughton House, a veterans home in Salford, earlier in the week to learn about the War.

And on Friday 11 trees were planted to honour the 11 City players who died in World War I.

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City plant trees to commemorate WWI Centenary

Academy players Harvey Griffiths, Tom Midfley and Katie Bradley plant the trees

Youngsters from City's Academy have helped to plant 11 trees at the City Football Academy to honour the 11 Blues players who died during World War I.

City have come together with over 60 clubs from across the professional game to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War.

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Cityzens Giving set to return

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Once again, Manchester City fans will have the opportunity to change the lives of communities around the world for a fifth successive year when Cityzens Giving returns next week.

Cityzens Giving will return for the fifth successive year...

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