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TOWN LEGENDS IN CHARITY MATCH, GO HEAD-ON AGAINST FANS

A charity football match themed after a town, which so far, has raised no less than £10,000 is returning.


This time around, the legendary former Blues will go head on against each other.

Football fans have been given the chance by the Ipswich Town Legends to grace the same pitch with legends such as Titus Bramble, Russell Oman, Kieron Dyer and Matt Holland in recent years. Funds raised from this has been used to support the ITFC Academy and West Suffolk Hospital’s Forget-Me-Not Dementia Campaign, one run by My WiSH Charity.

The public has paid to play against the legends, or for a few lucky ones, to share the same dressing room with their heroes.

This year’s edition, will be held on the 23rd of April, at the Bury Town’s Ram Meadow. Half a dozen legends are expected to grace each team in order to ensure a competitive and charitable encounter.




SOAP STARS AND EX-PROS AT CHARITY FOOTBALL

Many were at Radcliffe Borough FC over the weekend to grab a seat as soap stars and ex-pros played in a charity football game.


Emmerdale’s Danny Miller and Chris Bisson were amongst the television stars that displayed their football skills. They lined up alongside former England defender Michael Gray and former Blackburn forward Matt Jansen. Altogether, they formed an all stars team that played an emergency services team at Taurus Park. It was also a family time out to raise funds for the club’s charitable interests.

“It went really well. We were really pleased to see a few TV Stars and ex-pros were able to take the time out to come down and play. I have to thank them for that because it was really good turnout from their side.

“We had between 200 and 300 people come down and watch, which was a really good crowd for this time of the year, and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. I think once the money is counted up we will have between £600 and £700, and that will go towards the charitable arm of the club,” the club’s former chair, Bernard Manning Jr. said.




MOURINHO AND RANIERI TO FACE OFF IN CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH

Two-time former Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho will manage an English team as they face a Rest of the World team coached by current Leicester City manager, Claudio Ranieri. The match would be played in Old Trafford as a charity match in June, according to announcement from the organizers.

The two mangers in the game are former coaches at Stamford Bridge at various times at the club. They will face off in the sixth Soccer Aid event on June 5, to raise money for the children’s charity UNICEF. The Portuguese manager would be assisted by Sunderland manager, Sam Allardyce, with British pop star and Soccer Aid co-founder Robbie Williams also helping out.

Mourinho, who led the ‘Rest of the World’ team to a 4-2 victory in the 2014 match, bragged that he wanted to win on both sides of the divide.

“I want to be the first one to win the Soccer Aid trophy for both teams, England and the Rest of the World.

“Sam and I will make a very good partnership and it will be a great feeling for Claudio to finally lose a match! I hope the organizers can help me now with an English passport!” he joked.

Ranieri who has shocked everyone with the impressive performance of the Leicester City team in the race for English Premier League title, said in a press release:




Russia is doing 5 star work in preparation for the 2018 World Cup

According to the president of FIFA, SeppBlatter believes that Vladimir Putin and Russia in it’s entirety should be praised for the work that they have been doing in relation to the 2018 World Cup.

SeppBlatter said: “You and the steering committee deserve five stars. Some people want the World Cup to be taken away from Russia, but we give one answer to this we are involved in football and we will not allow politics to get in the way.”

Blatter and Putin were seen together during a sports convention in a Russian resort of Sochi. Both influential figures expressed details concerning the approaching international competition.

There is a budget of £7.9bn which is lower than how it was projected to be last year and this is due to the economic troubles that Russia is experiencing as they had to cut and slash down the administrative costs of the competition for around 10%. The economic struggles of Russia is mainly due to the price of oil having sustained a significant drop in the last few years and this brings a negative string of consequences for Russia as oil is their main export product and are now forced to export it at a cheaper price.




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