The 35-year-old signed for City ahead of their first season as a professional outfit in 2014.
Steve Rider wants me to hear something. Wrestling slightly with his iPhone, as is the right of any 72-year-old, he pulls up an audio clip with an unpromising title. The recording is radio commentary from 1949, engine roars and RP, crystal clear but unremarkable. “That very healthy note you heard just then was Frank Gerard and he's driving as usual,” says a dimly familiar voice. The penny drops with the next line. “This ERA is well over 11 years old, in fact I believe I’m right in saying it is 12
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