Lifelong Norwich City soccer fan leaves money in will to buy players round of drinks

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Lifelong Norwich City soccer fan leaves money in will to buy players round of drinks

A fan of the Norwich City soccer club, who died in late December, left more than $100 in his will to buy a round of drinks for the players.

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Here’s one way to repay a life-long allegiance to a favorite sports club.

According to the Eastern Daily Press, Norwich City soccer fan Barrie Greaves, who died Dec. 28 at 83, left £100 (approximately $130) in his will to the franchise in England’s Premier League for a round of drinks for the club’s players.

According to the paper, Greaves was born in Norwich in 1936 and became a fan of the Canaries when he was 10, through the allegiance of his grandfather. He was a longtime season-ticket holder until 2018, when he stopped attending matches because of kidney issues. Greaves continued to listen to games on the radio, the Press reported.

“He always told me that he would give £100 to the players in his will,” Greaves’ youngest daughter,…

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