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Poppy Shirt Auction Outcome

Charlie Adam celebrates scoring a late equaliser from the penalty spot against Swansea City

Image by: Phil Greig

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06:00 22nd November 2013

Over £4,800 raised for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal

THE AUCTION for limited-edition Stoke City poppy match-worn shirts has raised more than £4,800 for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

City's players wore the 'poppy shirts' in the 3-3 draw with Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Remembrance Sunday.

The shirts of all the players that featured in the game in South Wales were put up for auction, including those of goal-scorers Jonathan Walters, Stephen Ireland and Charlie Adam, and raised £4,839.

It represented the fifth time that the Club have run an auction for the shirts and all funds raised, together with the collection money that was raised prior to the home game with Southampton earlier this month, will go direct to the Royal British Legion.

Adam - £250
Arnautovic - £275
Assaidi - £100
Begovic - £310
Butland - £176
Cameron - £176
Crouch - £250
Edu - £70.51
Etherington - £201
Huth - £250
Ireland - £225
Jones - £200
Muniesa - £110.98
Ness - £70.51
Nzonzi - £285
Palacios - £228.89
Pennant - £190
Pieters - £181
Shawcross - £260
Shea - £112
Sorensen - £213.99
Walters - £320
Whelan - £125
Wilkinson - £135
Wilson - £165

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