Young Carlisle Utd fan bags hero Taylor’s boots
But seven year old Jamie Hewitt real guess factory ly can be after his favourite player gave him the footballing footwear he wore in the Blues final day great escape from relegation.
The Inglewood Infants pupil, of Cumwhinton Road, Harraby, in Carlisle was the envy of fans surrounding him on Saturday when winger Taylor voted News Star player of the year simply handed them over.
Jamie was at Brunton Park to witness United stunning victory over Millwall that saw them beat the drop from League One with his mum Jillian, dad Chris and aunt, Sue Thompson.
They were sitting in the away directors box after dad Chris, a sales representative for league sponsors Coca Cola, got tickets for the match through his work.
And the family had a prime position when Carlisle players walked up to th guess factory e box to celebrate their win and give Jamie the perfect end to a brilliant afternoon.
Chris said: were in the right spot at the right time.
is Jamie favourite player. He just came up to him and rubbed him on the head. He was waving to the rest of the crowd when he stared to take his boots off.
showed them to Jamie and Jamie tou guess factory ched them, but then he said you can have them was really happy he has shown everybody them and has had them at school. He is going to get his grand dad to make a stand for them. youngst guess factory er is an avid United fan and was at most of his heroes home games during the turbulent season.