Wes Hoolahan meets his Ruddy Muddy creation
PUBLISHED: 18:26 01 May 2018 | UPDATED: 15:09 02 May 2018
Norwich City hero Wes Hoolahan has met Ruddy Muddy, the legendary “graffilthy” artist, who commemorated his last match at Carrow Road over the weekend.
Advanced Vehicle Rental, who provided the van for the artwork, surprised Ruddy Muddy, real name Ricky Minns, with a visit from Hoolahan at its Norwich depot on Hall Road.
A post on the company’s Facebook page said: “Wes was fantastic and loved the art and was very keen to show support by signing the rental van which will have prints taken from it to help raise money for two local charities.”
Hoolahan played his last match for the Canaries on Saturday and scored in a 2-1 victory over Leeds United. He also set-up Josh Murphy for City’s second goal before the skipper for the day was withdrawn on the 84th minute to a heroic reception.
The Irishman made 352 appearances during his 10 years at Carrow Road.
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