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Walking from Banks's Stadium to The Hawthorns for PROSTATE CANCER UK because Why not?

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  • Team members: Stefan Gamble, Nigel Bond, Richard Tisdale & Wayne Thomas
  • Event: Jeff Stelling's Men United March, 21 Mar 2016 to 30 Mar 2016

Jeff Stelling's Men United March

I walked ten marathons in ten days to help beat prostate cancer

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A delegation of Walsall FC officials will be joining TV personality, Jeff Stelling for a leg of his Men United March in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. 

The Sky Sports presenter is walking 10 marathons in 10 days from Hartlepool United to Wembley Stadium to help beat prostate cancer. 

From 21-30 March 2016, he is walking through the heartlands of England to raise money to beat a disease killing one man every hour and the Saddlers have pledged our support. 

Walsall CEO Stefan Gamble, Club Secretary and Director Daniel Mole, Commercial Manager Wayne Thomas and Board members Nigel Bond and Richard Tisdale will be covering the 6.4 mile trip from Walsall to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday 26th March. 

The Soccer AM cameras, which at the time of passing the Banks’s Stadium at 10.30am will be live on air, are likely to capture some of the 10km stroll to help promote the initiative. 

Jeff will also be joined on various legs of the journey by a select band of Men United supporters including his mates from Soccer Saturday including Matt Le Tissier, Chris Kamara, Paul Merson, and Charlie Nicholas. 

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