Like most kids back in the day, Don dreamt of being a professional footballer and scoring the winning goal at Wembley. Unfortunately for Don, he was not much good at football. He grew up in Manchester in the fifties and sixties, and even joining the Royal Navy in the late sixties did not dampen his passion or enthusiasm for the game. Don founded one of the largest football supporters’ branches in the country and was chairman of it for ten years. This is a gripping account and a humorous look back at his time in the Royal Navy and the supporters branch meetings including sportsmen’s dinners, and charity events he organised with some of the top names in British football. Celebrity guests included Kevin Keegan, Nick Leeson, and Francis Lee. He also recounts some of the hilarious away trips he organized. It is a real life supporters story that will appeal to all football fans.