Manchester City faithful of all ages filled the streets of Manchester, England on May 14, 2012, to cheer the return of their team, the champions of the Premier league Trophy. The masses shouted, sang, and all but fell down and worshipped their favorite football squad. Celebrations remained peaceful as police kept a watchful eye on the happy fans, who finally could celebrate large for the first time in 35 years. The players were quite appreciative to the fans for the welcome home.
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(14 May 2012) An estimated 100,000 Manchester City Football Club supporters thronged the streets of Manchester for the Victory Parade to celebrate their team winning the Premier League Trophy. This sea of blue filled the limited space of Albert Square, where the Parade started, and the pavements along the route of the Parade taken by the open-top bus that carried the team and their trophy around the City. The team were left in no doubt about the appreciation felt by their fans as they passed along the streets in a cacophony of sounds and waving flags.