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Signed boots still up for grabs

25 September 2013

Signed boots by Bantams duo Alan Connell and Garry Thompson still remain available for City supporters to bid on.

Two pairs of boots has been placed on sale by City kitman John (Graham) Duckworth to help raise funds for Macmillian Cancer Support.

Fans can bid on either pair this very minute via the online auction site eBay.

***** On top of this, Bantams skipper Gary Jones has just recently signed a pair of his own boots to go on eBay for Macmillian - supporters can bid of these boots too right now by clickingHERE! *****

The link to the correct eBay page for Alan's boots (pictured above) can be found -

The link to the correct eBay page for Garry's boots (pictured in main article image) can be found -HERE.
John has put the City items up for sale as part of his continued support for the Macmillian cancer charity.

On top of offering up this prized pieces of memorabilia, John is inviting Bantams supporters and members of the wider community to join him as City host their first 'World’s Biggest Coffee Morning' this Friday (27th September) from 11:00am – 3:00pm in aid of Macmillan.

The event will take place within the Bantams Bar at the Coral Windows Stadium. The coffee morning at Valley Parade will be one of a number going on around the country this Friday, with this weekend's opponents Shrewsbury Town also opening the doors of its stadium to supporters later this week to raise funds and awareness for Macmillan.

After helping to raise thousands of pounds in recent years for the Bradford Burns Unit through his Bantamstrek group, John is now aiming to continue his admirable work for charity in the hope of raising vital funds for Macmillan, which will help support people living with, or affected by cancer in Bradford.

John and the team are inviting members of the public to attend the event to enjoy coffee and cake together, with some of Phil Parkinson's squad confirmed as attending to show their support for this worthwhile cause. All the money raised from the event will enable the charity to continue to make a difference to people living with cancer within the Bradford area.

On top of the coffee and cakes that will be available, there will be a prize raffle taking place which will allow supporters to bid for some other notable pieces of memorabilia.

Although John has managed to obtain a large number of different items for the auction, he is still on the lookout for any supporter wishing to help his charity coffee morning by donating something worthwhile.

For more information on the event or donating a prize to the raffle contact John via email on

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