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City honour superfan Michelle Dack as voting opens for Fan of the Season

27 March 2018

Voting is now open to choose QD’s Norwich City Fan of the Season, and the Club are delighted to announce the award will be dedicated to Canaries superfan Michelle Dack, who sadly passed away in January.

Michelle had been to 908 consecutive Norwich matches by the time of her last match at Portman Road in October, and her commitment to the Canaries cause epitomises everything the Fan of the Season award embodies.

From next season the award will be known as the Michelle Dack Fan of the Season, and her partner of 17 years, Ian Mitton – also a season ticket holder – will present the award to this season’s winner at City’s match against Cardiff at Carrow Road on April 14.

Ian has also been gifted a season ticket for life, and he has taken the decision to pass on the ticket to Michelle’s daughter Samantha Stork, also a huge Norwich City fan and current season ticket holder.

The Club received over 250 nominations for the QD Fan of the Season, and a Norwich City judging panel had the difficult task of whittling the nominations down to three finalists...

Lillian Kemp

Lillian’s passion for Norwich stems from her relocation several decades ago from Walthamstow to be with her husband, a Norwich local. Since then, Lillian has never looked back. At 88 years old, Lillian is a passionate Canaries fan and is a regular at home and away fixtures, which she attends with her great grandchildren.

Gary Moon

Gary suffered a terrible farming accident in March last year, leaving him with a broken neck and nerve damage to both arms. One year on and after three life-changing operations, Gary still attends games both home and away despite suffering from constant pain. He’s only recently been able to work after not being able to for a year due to his accident but he still bought his and his daughter’s season tickets for next season.

James Frost

James is an ever present at Carrow Road, following both the first team and Under 23s. James suffers from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, which means he is a full-time powerchair user and depends on the help of others for his personal care. He is a familiar, positive face among the Canaries fanbase.  

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