See how two young fans got on during special day at The Hawthorns
CLOSE pals Archie Palmer and Myles Hensley are now hoping a film of their heart-warming story can provide another fundraising boost for a cancer charity.
Baggies fan Archie was determined to help his pal when Liverpool-loving Myles was diagnosed with leukaemia in October.
He launched a social media campaign to raise money and awareness and arranged for ex-Liverpool man Did Hamann to visit Myles in hospital and when we got to hear about it, the Club invited both to be our special guests for the final match of the season.
The 1-1 draw between Albion and Liverpool meant there were no rows on their way home to Evesham and a film of that special day for the boys can be viewed below.
To make a donation to CLIC Sargent, a British charity helping young people affected by cancer, click here.
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