Roy Dixon Obituary: Former Manchester City Player Passed Away

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Roy Dixon Obituary; Manchester City Football fans and the community at large are in mourning following the unexpected passing of Roy Dixon, the father of former Chester City and Arsenal player Lee Michael Dixon. Roy Dixon, who was a former Manchester City goalkeeper, hung up his football boots in the late 1960s and embarked on a remarkable journey that led him to become a master butcher and the Chairman of the renowned Manchester Rusk Company (MRC), known for its brand, The Flava People. In this article, we’ll explore the life and legacy of Roy Dixon, his contributions to the food industry, and the impact he had on his family.

Early Life and Football Career Roy Dixon’s journey began on the football field, where he displayed his skills as a goalkeeper. He was part of the Manchester City Football Club in the late 1960s, a period that saw him play second fiddle to the legendary Bert Trautmann. While he may not have made it into Manchester City’s starting eleven, he was an integral part of the club’s reserves. However, in 1969, he made a life-changing decision to retire from football and pursue his childhood passion—cooking.

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