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Wolves Fans in tribute to soldier

On Saturday June 30th, Captain Sean Dolan was tragically killed whilst on duty for the 1st Battalion, The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment in Afghanistan. Sean was a huge Wolves fan. His son, Ashley Dolan, used a Wolves message board to request a game of football in his honour.

Willenhall Town FC have kindly let the game be played at their ground, Noose Lane.

This offer was taken up and now its your chance to take part in this game. The team requires players and a manager. The game will be used to raise money for Selly Oak Hosptial, who treat injured soliders.

Here are all the details you need to become part of this team

Date - Sunday September 2nd 2007
Venue - Noose Lane, Willenhall Town
Kick Off - 1pm
Price - 10 to play, all profits will go to charity

Email - stuart.heathcote@gmail.com

State your name and favoured position and a secondary position. The squad will have 16 players so move quickly if you want to take part.

We also require a manager. Someone to ensure that every player gets a decent amount of time on the pitch and of course to use your tactical knowledge.

For more information on Captain Sean Dolan visit HERE




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Writer: Stuart H Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 11 2007

Time: 12:23PM

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