Norwich City fan Bryony Davies finds fellow fan John after social media search

20-year-old Bryony Davies has tracked down the fellow Norwich City Fan to offer her assistance to hi

20-year-old Bryony Davies has tracked down the fellow Norwich City Fan to offer her assistance to him. Photo supplied by Bryony Davies - Credit: Bryony Davies

Her tweet and Facebook post was shared more than 1,000 times but now Bryony Davies has found the fellow Norwich City supporter who she helped following the match at Carrow Road on Saturday.

The 20-year-old, from Norwich, was heading home after watching Norwich City's clash against Barnsley when she spotted a man who seemed to be struggling with the wet pavement.

Stopping, she offered to help him walk to the train station where a taxi was waiting for him. He told her that he has Parkinson's and his walking stick does not work in the rain.

MORE: Can you help this Norwich City supporter in her search for a fellow football fan?Miss Davies said that the disease is close to here heart, due to her Dad suffering from it, and set out on a mission to find the man who she just knew as John so she could offer him help to his taxi after each match.

And three days after their meeting she has found him.

In a Facebook and Twitter post she wrote: 'I've found John! I have spoken to him on the phone and we are going to walk together in the future. Thank you to everyone who has helped and to all your kind words. I'm just glad it's done what it was set out to do.'

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The search for John attracted attention from people all over the county with Norwich City Football Club and Grant Holt all sharing the message.

The official Norwich City Twitter account tweeted: 'We're so proud to have fans like this. We're a community, not just a football club.'

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