Gary and Phil Neville, Danny Boyle, Steve Berry (ex Top Gear), Mike Read (ex Radio One DJ), Scott Quigg (boxer). Apparently Mark E Smith of The Fall is a Bury fan too. Not convinced of that one though.
Brian McFadden wanted to buy City in 2002 and he is a big fan still tweets about us most weeks after the game. Two of the enemy support Cov and the other 1 is from Birmingham and may be a plastic United fan.
Eddie Jordan follows Celtic and Cov and was a regular in the Premiership days because he was pally with Richardson. McGowan is a fan of a lots of teams it seems because his family moved around quite a lot when he was younger.
Ooh ooh, I can help with this one. This is from his autobiography Renegade, in which he repeatedly rails against fake writers despite having the entire thing ghostwritten because his brain is now a scrambled egg:
"Even ticket prices at clubs like Bury, who are unmistakably crap, are top-heavy. I used to watch them for free in the 80s. I'd walk through this knackered cemetery and jump the fence - they weren't worth paying for then, it's eighteen quid now!"
He's a big Man City fan though, a team I've found are invariably boring to watch because of their mental institute-blue colours.
Let's be realistic here. Half of these celebrities who are so-called 'fans' of these clubs... aren't! There's a picture or two of them in a shirt of that particular club. Or they were spotted at a game. They are good friends with an executive at the club. It doesn't make them an actual fan. People think Dwayne Johnson is a Macclesfield Town fan purely because he picked their name out of a hat on Soccer AM once upon a time. I've seen a picture of Busta Rhymes (rapper for those out there closer to pension age than school age) in a Stoke City shirt. I highly doubt he supports them. Robbie Williams is a born and bred Port Vale fan, yet has been seen in a box at Stamford Bridge, wearing a Chelsea shirt in the media etc.. For half of them, it's just a bit of publicity and clubs will obviously throw themselves at a bit of coverage. Dr Dre, a Liverpool fan. Oh, let's go the whole route of taking the piss and try and claim Osama Bin Laden was a Gooner.