ON Saturday at Bradford, the Argyle players joined with the rest of the country in honouring Armistice Day.
As part of their remembrance observation, the players wore a poppy insignia on their shirts.
To raise money for the Royal British Legion, we are now auctioning the shirts worn by the 13 players who took part in the stunning 1-0 victory, including goalscorer Jake Jervis and goalkeeper Remi Matthews, who saved a penalty.
The auction will be conducted by email. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org - putting ‘Poppy Bid’ in the subject field – and tell us:
which player’s shirt you are bidding for;
the amount of your bid;
your contact details; and
whether you would like the shirt signed on the reverse by the player, or unsigned.
The auction closes at 5pm on Friday, November 24. Winning bids will be notified during the week beginning Monday, November 27.
Unsuccessful bidders may be contacted to see if they wish to be considered for a shirt that has not received any bids.
All shirts can be framed for an additional £75.
For more information, please contact the Argyle Commercial Operations Department on 01752 302204, or email email@example.com.