Been a City supporter since I saw my first match at HR in 1963 as a snotty 10 year old. Went to countless hundreds of matches since then - although not for some time due to my location - and always loved the HR atmosphere, especially the West End. I continued throughout the years and worked as a steward in the West Stand for a number of years, well into the 1990's, as well. But time cannot stand still. And as Jonah and the Whale once sang, "Life Goes On". My heart broke when I heard that HR was to be demolished and then when I read reports and saw the pictures, my heart sank. I even had two tickets to go to the first game at the Ricoh against QPR (which incidentally, today is the 13th anniversary of that game) and I gave them away to a mate of mine. I just couldn't face seeing my beloved City at "home" in Longford. But time heals wounds and I feel privileged to have witnessed some cracking games against top teams at HR, but now the Ricoh is our home (for however long) and we must cherish it.