"Colin Bell" Order of the British Empire/MBE, is a former England/English football (soccer)/football player who was born in Hesleden, County Durham, England. Nicknamed "The King of the Kippax" (after Manchester City F.C./Manchester City's Kippax Street terraced stand renowned for its singing) and Nijinsky II/Nijinsky after the famous racehorse (due to his renowned stamina). Bell is widely regarded as Manchester City's best ever player. The Colin Bell Stand at the City of Manchester Stadium is named in his honour.

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I think that's very important. He's not an ego person, or anything like that.

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He's very responsible. I ask him to make phone calls to the rest of the team, and he does it. He helps the other kids out at practice. He's a good kid. Smart, too.