GB DEAFLYMPICS CHARITY MATCH: YOUR CHANCE TO PLAY FOOTBALL WITH KEVIN DAVIES! 

Kevin Davies, is offering you the opportunity to play alongside his select XI team, in the Team GB DEAFLYMPIC charity match at Ashton Town on the Sunday 12th March. 

Kevin Davies, has played most of his career in the top flight of English football, with Southampton and Bolton Wanderers as the most notable examples. Kevin Davies has featured in the UEFA Cup, been a semi-finalist in the FA Cup, and won an England cap in 2010. Davies in his career, featured in 689 games, scoring 123 goals, and is one of the toughest target men the Premiership has ever since. 

Kevin Davies is taking part, leading his own team, in a charity game at Ashton Town against the Team GB Deaflympics football squad, with all proceeds going  towards helping Team Great Britain aiming to achieve their dream of going to the Deaflympics 2017 in Turkey. 

Despite over £300million being set aside for the next Olympics & Paralympics, the Deaf Olympic squad get zero funding towards their efforts to go to the Deaflympics, meaning each national side must fund their own expenses to attend the event in Turkey. 

Mark Hayes, the mastermind of the event, and one of the nicest blokes in football, has opened up the opportunity for one of the fans to play alongside Kevin Davies in his star studded team. 

Sounds good right? Soccer AM’s Tubes and Sky Sports pundit and former Liverpool, Wigan and Preston striker Neil Mellor will also be taking the field in the charity game, so you will be involved in some occasion. 

The highest bidder, will join Kevin Davies’ team and take place in one of the biggest events of Spring. Bidding runs until the 5th March, and at the time of this article, the current highest bid is £100. 

If you would like to make a bid, please contact Mark Hayes at @northernpromise via twitter. 

Good luck with the auction, remember, it is for a fantastic cause so all extraordinary bids are welcome to raise as much money possible for Team GB. 

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