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21 March 2014

Prostate Cancer UK benefits as fans pledge for signed shirts

Bids are being made for shirts worn by the Town first-team in the recent win over Birmingham to raise funds for the Football League’s charity partner, Prostate Cancer UK. 

With over 10,000 men dying every year from the disease, the charity have linked up with the Football League to launch their Men United campaign, which aims to join men together and raise awareness about Prostate Cancer as well as raising funds for more reliable tests and treatments for the future. 

The Town players wore exclusive match shirts customised for the Birmingham game which have the Prostate Cancer UK logo printed on them. 

Each player has signed their shirt, which will be auctioned to raise funds for TeamITFC and their London to Amsterdam cycle challenge in aid of Prostate Cancer UK and the ITFC Academy. 

Click here to see how you can bid, with Tuesday, March 25 the deadline.

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