It's in Kian's DNA

Fri 21 Apr 2017

A Doncaster Rovers season ticket holder since he was born, the club is undoubtedly part of Kian Critchley's DNA.

Kian has lissencephaly, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. This means he can’t talk or walk and also has difficulty eating food.

 

Rovers are partners with Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, where Kian was one of the first children to use their services, and his dad Tony is thankful for the memories Doncaster Rovers have created for his son.

 

He said: “It really means a lot for me and Kian to create memories, and the club have gave us so much we can look back on and cherish.”

 

“There is never a dull moment watching Rovers, from the moment Kian arrives he absolutely bounces around the place.

 

“Doncaster Rovers is definitely in our DNA, we were both born to support Rovers.”




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