Manchester United 'donate 21 shirts for fan's funeral'

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Manchester United reportedly donate 21 shirts for friends and family to wear to the funeral of young supporter Chris Rose.

Manchester United reportedly donated shirts for the funeral of 21-year-old supporter Chris Rose.

Rose, who was known by his friends as 'Ginge', tragically passed away last week, and after getting in touch with the Premier League champions, Rose's friends and family received 21 shirts from the club.

"Ginge was a big Man United fan, and most of us are too," 101greatgoals.com quotes family friend Tony Dayson as saying. "I can't thank them enough for doing this in memory of a great young person."

All the shirts had number four and 'Ginge' emblazoned on the back, with 'RIP' written on the bottom.

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