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Charity football tournament in Bexleyheath offers chance to face legends

PUBLISHED: 06:00 30 August 2013

Former England international Ray Parlour, who the winners of the Bexleyheath tournament could come up against. Pic by Joe Giddens/PA

Former England international Ray Parlour, who the winners of the Bexleyheath tournament could come up against. Pic by Joe Giddens/PA

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A charity football tournament is taking place in Bexleyheath next month - and the winning team will have the chance to take on a collection of football legends in the national finals.

Goals in Graham Road is putting on a regional round of the Men United Cup on Sunday, September 29, which is aiming to raise money for prostrate cancer.

The winning team will go forward to the national final in Eltham two weeks later, where they will come up against a team made up of talkSPORT radio presenters - including former professionals Ray Parlour, Stan Collymore, Micky Quinn and Jason Cundy.

Goals Bexleyheath manager Tom Hardy said: “This is a great chance for one lucky team to win a prize that money can’t buy.

“The Men United Cup will be a lot of fun, but with a serious message at the heart of it. It’s about bringing men together to promote awareness of prostate cancer and we hope to see as many teams taking part as possible to raise money for such a worthy cause.”

Entry is £40 per team, with all players receiving a complimentary Men United gift. You can enter your team by contacting Goals Bexleyheath on 0208 301 2000, or by visiting goalsfootball.co.uk.

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