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Poppy Appeal raises bumper total

20 November 2017

Albion players observe a minute's silence at The Hawthorns

WEST Bromwich Albion's poppy appeal has raised almost £10,000 for the Royal British Legion.

The Club’s annual shirt auction totalled £8,431.23 for the charity, with generous supporters donating a further £1,419.11 at a Hawthorns bucket collection.   

The Baggies wore poppy-embossed shirts for the fixtures against Manchester City and Huddersfield Town in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday.

Grzegorz Krychowiak’s two match-worn shirts proved popular and sold for £770. Ben Foster’s home jersey went for £343.80, while Salomon Rondon’s top - worn at Huddersfield - fetched £310. 

A total of £9,850.34 has been raised for the RBL.

The Club would like to thank all supporters who participated for their generosity. 


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