Valencia midfielder Javi Fuego took his place in the queue for passport control like everyone else who'd just stepped off the Monarch airline from Barcelona to Manchester on Tuesday afternoon.
His team-mates had flown north the previous night on a private charter, where they were rushed through the airport to their luxury hotel. Fuego, 30, wore trainers, shorts and a Valencia tracksuit top. English passengers didn't really recognise him but knew he was a footballer and he was happy to oblige with any requests for photos.
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