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'For you Finlay': Jack Grealish keeps promise to young fan with goal celebration at World Cup

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Grealish recently met Manchester City supporter Finlay, 11, after he wrote to him to say he admired the way he cared for his sister, who has cerebral palsy. Grealish surprised Finlay by meeting him in person and told him he could choose his next goal celebration. Finlay chose waving his arms up and down, which was performed by GRealish after scoring in England's 6-2 World Cup win over Iran.
Published 2 months ago · Manchester, United Kingdom

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