No rest for these travellers
THERE’S no match at the Abbey Stadium today but a car full of fans should still pull into the home of Cambridge United after completing a remarkable challenge.
Marc Patterson, John Wyatt, Ron Martin and Bill Goss left Norwich’s Carrow Road on Thursday afternoon and have driven day and night to visit all 92 grounds in the Premier League and Football League in aid of the Men’s Prostate Cancer UK charity.
They aim to arrive back at Cambridge within 72 hours of leaving.
Heading into Wales on Friday afternoon, Goss said: “We’ve been on the road just over 24 hours and so far spirits are still high.
“We are being sensible about it, each having four hour stints driving but you don’t get to sleep properly because we have to get out and do ten keepy-uppies at every ground!
“Prostate Cancer UK have played a big part in the Football League this year. Our families have all been affected through cancer so it’s great to be raising money.”
To donate please visit www.justgiving.com/92in72ClubChallenge
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