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New City Matters representatives elected

New City Matters representatives elected
Manchester City has welcomed four new representatives to City Matters, the Club’s elected fan network.

City Matters is made up of ten voluntary members who have been voted in by their fellow fans and who meet with the Club on a regular basis to discuss a wide range of issues and topics which are important to supporters.

The network has been designed to create an environment where ideas and feedback can be shared, so that new initiatives can be introduced, to benefit everyone who supports Manchester City.

Once members have served a full term of two seasons, they are asked to step down to enable new fans to join City Matters.

Four positions became available in the 2020/21 season and, following an application process in which candidates were shortlisted, fans were asked to vote online for their preferred representatives.

The following people received the most votes and will represent the following fan groups in the City Matters fan network:

  • Mohammed Ullah - Black, Asian or of Mixed Heritage representative
  • Daniel Bowdler – Families representative
  • Alex Howell – Under-25s representative
  • Jayne Comer – Women’s representative
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