When life-long Manchester City supporter Michael said that his ultimate dream was to see his team play at their new home ground, and this year he got his chance.
Thirty-year-old Michael has his fair share of challenges as he has mobility problems, learning disabilities and epilepsy.
We got in touch with the club to see if special arrangements could be made to help him achieve his dream. We were surprised to get an instant response.
Helen McMullan, one of our team managers, said: "Michael has never attended a Man City home game and had been asking to go to their new ground, the City of Manchester Stadium. When we called the club they went the extra mile in organising everything to enable Michael to go along and they made it an excellent day for him."
Manchester City club's Disability Liaison Officer, Hayley Crook, helped make special arrangements to enable Michael to attend a match and be transported to the second level of the ground. She also organised one free ticket and discounted tickets for him and his support workers, arranged match day programmes, signed photos of the squad and a photo of player, Carlos Tevez.
Added Helen: "We can't thank the club enough. Michael loved his day and rang his Dad from the ground during the game to talk him through the match!"