Lee Sharpe has joined the green and gold campaign to be part of fans’ bid to to get rid of the Glazers. Unlike David Beckham, who denied all understanding of what the colours represented after wearing the scarf after our Champions League game against AC Milan last season, Sharpe is happy to put his name behind the campaign.
“I am absolutely delighted to lend my support to such a worthwhile cause – I am committed to wanting to see every MUST Green and Gold shirt sold, and I will personally be handing the £25,000 cheque over to The Prostate Cancer Charity,” he said. “I can’t believe the quality of the shirts, they’re much better than the ones I used to wear. I’d urge all Manchester United fans to support this superb project and I look forward to presenting the charity with their cheque at some point in the near future.”
All profits go to The Prostate Cancer Charity.
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