This latest trial - his fourth conviction for child sex offences - heard evidence that he abused players at his home, on football trips to north Wales, Spain and the U.S. and even at Crewe's Gresty Road ground.
A cheer of "yes" came from the public gallery where six complainants sat with family members as the final verdicts were read out and some people were in tears.
Bennell's trial at Liverpool Crown Court heard he coached a number of junior boys' teams in the early to mid-1980s which provided youth recruits for City.
But one ex footballer who was abused by Bennell disputes this and has told Sky News that "they knew, one million per cent".
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Before the trial started last month, he pleaded guilty to seven counts of indecent assault, including offences involving a 12th boy. "For decades we held our silence just like our abuser told us to".
"For decades we lived in fear".
"We are no longer afraid of you, Barry Bennell", Fallon said, breaking into a half-smile.
Mr Grimsley, a youth team coach, and the family of chief scout and ex-player Mr Barnes, who died in 2010, have said they were unaware of any abuse.
"For years, hundreds and hundreds of us were groomed in plain view, lavished with gifts and designer sports gear and taken on trips all round the world", Walters said outside court.
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"How can it be that no one realised something was wrong?"
The case has sparked wider allegations of sexual and physical abuse of boys at football clubs in Britain in the 1970s and 1980s, some of whom went on to become heroes of the terraces and worldwide stars.
The Football Association (FA), which is conducting an independent inquiry into historical allegations of child sexual abuse, tweeted: "We want to take this opportunity to acknowledge the traumatic experience the victims and survivors have endured at the hands of this individual, and the bravery they have shown in coming forward".
"I knew he was prolific, I knew he was on an industrial scale, I didn't know so many people would have the courage to come forward", Woodward said outside Liverpool Crown Court in northwest England. Between 1985 and 1992, he was on the coaching staff at Crewe.
During his trial, a witness said Gary Speed was one of four men linked to Bennell as young footballers who had gone on to take their own lives.
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