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Swansea City fan in with the chance of presenting man of the match trophy at Wembley

By V_Jones  |  Posted: February 14, 2013

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A Swansea City fan could be in with the chance of presenting the Alan Hardaker Man of the Match trophy at the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley.

It will be the first time a fan has presented the Man of the Match award at a major football final in the UK.

As part of a newly launched competition on the Capital One Facebook page, one fan from each of Swansea City and Bradford City will be selected to represent their team at the final on Sunday, February 24.

The fan of Man of the Match award winning players’ club will then have the honour of presenting the trophy from Wembley Stadium’s Royal Box.

To enter the competition, fans from Swansea City and Bradford fans need to go to Capital One’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/capitaloneuk and answer a simple question.

Both winners will also get an incredible match day experience which will include:

- Wembley pitch-side experience, including individual photograph with club legends and opportunity to have photograph taken with the Capital One Cup

- The chance to watch in a football legend Q&A hosted by Sky or BBC pundit. Full hospitality in the Wembley Suite

- Two seats in the Wembley Stadium Royal Box

- Travel to Wembley and one night’s accommodation

- £500 spending money

- Capital One goody bag

The competition closes on Sunday, February, 17.

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  • smart-ass  |  February 15 2013, 12:38AM

    What with the free coaches and now this I guess they must be doing all they can to try and dispell the negative PR they are going to get from the upcoming BBC XRAY program which is looking into why over 27,0000 seats were not given to either club.

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  • chelsea1955  |  February 14 2013, 8:14PM

    Stuff Capital One and their prize

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