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48 Hours to Go On Poppy Shirt Auction

30 November 2016

Bid now for a unique Oxford United shirt

There are now just 48 hours to get your bids in on on this season’s limited edition match-worn Remembrance Day poppy shirts in support of the Royal British Legion. 

First team players donned the poppy shirts on the blue away shirt for United's Sky Bet League One trip to Shrewsbury Town on 12th November.

These unique shirts are available for auction, with the club accepting bids to be emailed to poppyshirt@oufc.co.uk Get your bids in by 5pm on Thursday December 1st for your chance to win one of these fantastic mementos.

Shirts are available from all players who were involved in the squad, representing a rare opportunity to secure your favourite player's jersey. Chris Maguire leads the way with a very generous offer from a supporter of £350.

Each shirt has signed been signed by the whole squad and profits from the auction will be donated to the Royal British Legion - the UK charity which provides practical care, advice and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their relatives.

The leading bids at 10am on Monday were:

Simon Eastwood             £125
Charlie Raglan                 £101
Curtis Nelson                 £125
Chey Dunkley                £200
Joe Skarz                       £125
Liam Sercombe             £130
Joe Rothwell                 £150
Ryan Ledson                 £115
Marvin Johnson             £152
Chris Maguire               £350
Kane Hemmings          £180
Robert Hall                  £120
Wes Thomas               £100
John Lundstram            £200
Jack Stevens                £150
Dan Crowley                 £102
Alex MacDonald            £131
Josh Ruffels                 £110

When emailing, please specify the amount you wish to bid and which shirt you are bidding on. For an additional cost the winners can have their shirt framed by our partners at Memento.

All winning bidders will be notified on the evening of December 1st. 


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