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Football Fans Show Support To Carl Ikeme In England

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans can show their support for Carl Ikeme and raise money for Cure Leukaemia by taking part in a 24-hour-penalty shootout at Molineux stadium, England. The challenge, which is being put together by lifelong fan and ‘They Wore The Shirt’ author Steve Plant, will look to raise more than £10,000 for Cure Leukaemia after Wolves No1 Carl Ikeme was diagnosed with the condition last month.

The event will be opened by goalscoring legend Steve Bull at 10am on Friday August 4th and will run until 10am the following day when Middlesbrough visit to kick-start the 2017/18 season.

Supporters can donate £5 to take three spot kicks, with a number of special guests set to take part over the 24 hours and ‘on-the-spot’ prizes for the best finishes, trick shots and saves.

So far 100 supporters have signed up to take part in the penalty competition, which will take place in Wolfie’s Den at Molineux.

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