Filed: Friday, 30th September 2016
By: Staff Writer
Exeter City have announced details of a one-off memorial match in honour of former coach Eamonn Dolan.
Dolan, who began his career at West Ham under John Lyall in the 1980s died earlier this year at the age of just 48 following a long and brave battle against cancer.
And earlier this week it was announced that a charity match will be staged by Exeter City in honour of Dolan, a former player and manager of theirs.
Scheduled for 1pm on Sunday, October 23. entry to the game is by donation with a suggested gift of £10 for adults and £5 for under-18s and seniors.
Fans also have the chance to play alongside their former heroes as two playing spots are available in the game at £250 per head.
Anyone interested in playing in the match should contact Barry Full (firstname.lastname@example.org). Sponsorship opportunitiesare also available. For more information contact Mark Jenkins (email@example.com) or by phoning 07966 144430.
Exeter have confirmed that some former West Ham stars are set to feature (deatils to be confirmed) along with a number of ex-Grecian stars including Sean Devine and Steve Flack.
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