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Lt Andy Ledger, from Dronfield, made the initial request to Sheffield United to host a visit from Nike Huarache Mens Custom
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Troops from the Yorkshire Regiment's Third Battalion who have just completed a tour of Afghanistan, their wives and children, plus families of 10 colleagues killed in the war zone were VIP guests at the Bramall Lane.
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"After that, 10 soldiers went on to the pitch with a Nike Air Huarache 2k Filth Mid Fireworks
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"It was fantastic that United were able to put on such an event for us at the same time as they were marking what was quite a big anniversary for them."
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"Before the game, a five minute video was shown to supporters on the big screen with scenes from our tour.
"The relatives of the soldiers we had lost in Afghanistan were hosted by United in one of the private boxes.
A group of 10 soldiers brought a wreath out on to the pitch and there was a minute's silence in memory of those who died before the game, which also marked the Blades' 150th anniversary.
kind of support."
"There is a huge support for The Blades within the battalion, so it's fitting that our club pays its own short but poignant tribute."
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the soldiers as part of his battalion's homecoming celebrations.
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United supporter Colour Sergeant Stewart Kitridge, from Parson Cross, and Lieutenant Tom Burnham also received a presentation from the Senior Blades supporters' group.
Sheffield United, whose managing director Dave McCarthy had helped organise the soldiers' visit, said: "The Third Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, formerly known as The Duke Of Wellington's Regiment, has recruited from the West Riding of Yorkshire for over 300 years.
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During the match, which the Blades lost 3 2, supporters were asked to make donations towards an appeal run by the battalion called Op Reset.
Lt Ledger was a casualty of the tour after suffering severe leg injuries when his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb just two weeks into his deployment.
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The 27 year old, who is still undergoing treatment, said: "The day at Sheffield United went really well. We had approximately 230 people down from the regiment and their families.
He said: "We are really grateful to United and to their fans. It has been a tough tour and we made some important gains, and it is good to have this Nike Huarache Ultra Grey Womens
wreath and there was a minute's silence for the lads lost.
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