With thanks to Dave Macdermid.
The raffle for the most famous bicycle in the history of Aberdeen Football Club will take place on Monday with former manager and current board member Craig Brown doing the honours.
A Club spokesperson said: “The bike won by Stephen Glass after his League Cup winning man of the match performance in 1995 is up for grabs along with a custom made cycling top from theCyclejersey.com and this is a fantastic chance for one Dons supporter to get their hands on a significant piece of AFC history as well as a unique cycle jersey as well!”
The raffle for the unique piece of AFC history, is being undertaken in conjunction with the AFC Heritage Trust, with tickets costing £5 which can be purchased via www.afcheritage.org by clicking ‘donate’ on the home page, after which a unique number is allocated to each ‘ticket’ purchased.
Alternatively, numbers can be purchased at Aberdeen Football Club reception, ensuring that those buying leave their contact details, including telephone and e-mail.
All money raised is going to youth development at Pittodrie and Head of Youth Development Neil Simpson said:
“The picture of Stephen being given the bike in the soaking rain at Hampden is one of the most memorable images of that day and it’s a real opportunity for someone to own something that was very much part of that occasion! Everyone who buys a ticket will also be helping to invest in the future of AFC and that can only be a positive.”
Tickets for the raffle can now be purchased up until 23.59 on Sunday 30th March 2014 with the draw taking place at Pittodrie Stadium at 12 noon on Monday 31st March 2014 with details of the winner published on the Club website that afternoon.
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