Ex-Scotland And Man City Star Willie Donachie’s ‘Priceless’ AAA Fake Rolex Watches Was Stolen

Former Scotland footballer Willie Donachie had 1:1 luxury Rolex replica watches stolen after being mugged while on holiday in Ibiza.

The 70-year-old Manchester City legend was bundled to the ground by two men who ripped the best US Rolex fake watches from his wrist.

He was walking along a footpath in the popular resort of San Antonio on the Spanish island when the incident happened on Saturday afternoon.

Glasgow-born Willie realised the replica Rolex watches online was missing and chased the men. He managed to catch one of them up but he did not have the watch and the second man got away.

The incident happened just a day before PSG star Marco Verratti had his house burgled by thieves – who made off with Rolex copy watches for sale and jewellery worth £2.5million – while he was out with his wife.

His family have now launched an appeal for the return of the high quality Rolex replica watches which they describe as one of his most treasured possessions.

The cheap Rolex super clone watches was presented to Willie in 1991 when he was assistant manager of Oldham Athletic after he helped them win promotion to England’s top flight.

It has an inscription on the back which reads ‘Thanks Willie for a memorable season 1990 91 OAFC.’

Willie, who is now manager of Caribbean island Montserrat, had worn it every day until it was stolen on Saturday.

His son Dan Donachie, 49, wrote on Twitter: ‘Please help Twitter! My 70 year old Dad mugged in Ibiza for his Rolex fake watches wholesale.

‘Gifted by the Oldham Athletic board when promoted in 1991. This was his last remaining sentimental item.

‘It’s China replica Rolex watches inscribed with: “Thanks Willie for a memorable season”. Help if you can.’

He later told the Manchester Evening News: ‘He’s okay. It was obviously a bit of a shock. He’s 70 so to have two blokes wrestle you to the ground in the street has to be scary. It certainly upset me when I found out.

‘He’s very philosophical and accepting of things and he’s not making a fuss. In fact, if I hadn’t put out this appeal he probably wouldn’t have told anyone about it. But I know he’s gutted about the watch.’ ‘He’s not bothered about material things at all’ Dan added.

‘But that Swiss made Rolex replica watches means a lot to him. It was his last remaining sentimental item. They worked really hard to get them promoted and it was a lovely suprirse when rhey gave it to him. He’s worn it every day since.

‘I know it’s a long shot but if we can get it back I know it would mean the world to him. Whatever it is worth to these people it is not worth what it means to him. It’s priceless to him.’

Dan described his dad as a ‘warrior’ and said he not sustained any serious injuries during the attack.

Former Manchester City and England star Trevor Sinclair and Rodney Marsh, a former team-mate of Willie’s, were among those to share Dan’s appeal online.

The former defender won 35 international caps for Scotland and played in the 1978 World Cup in Argentina.

He made more than 350 appearances for Manchester City between 1968 and 1980 after coming through their youth system.

He later went on to make more than 150 appearances for Oldham after joining them in 1984, eventually becoming assistant manager alongside Joe Royle.