An audience of 280 people had a night to remember on Monday, April 16 as Exeter City hosted a night Manchester United and England legend Bryan Robson.
The event, kindly sponsored by RGB Building Supplies, and held at the Great Hall at the University of Exeter, saw Bryan Robson, a true football legend and longest-serving captain at Manchester United talk about his career.
Bryan spoke about his career which spanned 23 years in which he made 571 professional appearances and racking up 115 goals combined for West Brom, Manchester United and Middlesbrough. Byan also discussed his time playing for England, and his take on the Premier League and how football has changed since his playing days. Bryan suprised the audience when he explained his “first professional contract was £28.00 per week. I signed my next contract on £75.00 per week”.
The night also included an audience Q&A session, an auction and fun games for the audience to participate in, as well as two-course meal for all the guests. At the event, guests were able to have their photos taken with Bryan, and have them signed and printed ready to take home, thanks to photographers PPAUK.
The night's VIP guests got the chance to have photos taken with Bryan Robson in a reception before the event where they also enjoyed a glass of champagne on arrival and the opportunity to mingle with the football legend.
Another great evening organised & hosted by @OfficialECFC with the True @ManUtd Legend Brian Robson 😍 great memorabilia from @parklanemem & also some great questions by Mark Jenkins along with Top Top hospitality by RGB Building Supplies 👏👏👏 but where was @RGBArchie 🤔 pic.twitter.com/rQ2oOka1PZ— Dean Evans (@DeanReds70) April 17, 2018
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