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Chance To Lead The Alex Out

2 December 2013

Crewe looking for guest of honour thanks to Prostate Cancer UK

Live the dream by leading your team onto hallowed turf

Prostate Cancer UK is offering an avid Crewe Alexandra supporter the chance to run out with the team.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be the guest of honour for Crewe at the match against Oldham on Saturday15th March thanks to Prostate Cancer UK - the Official Charity Partner of The Football League.

The pioneering partnership between Prostate Cancer UK and The Football League aims to reach over 16 million fans across the terraces up and down the country, raising awareness of the disease which affects 1 in 8 men sometime in their life and kills over 10,000 men a year.

This season for the first time ever, a new super team featuring football managers, players, fans and football club staff join arms as “Men United” and face prostate cancer head on by encouraging men everywhere to wise up to the disease and take action – and for one afternoon Alex skipper Abdul Osman will hand on the mantle to a lucky fan.

The lucky football fan will not only have the honour of leading their team out onto hallowed turf before kick-off and enjoy an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at Crewe the winner will also represent Men United in the battle against prostate cancer by putting aside their local football rivalries.

Over 18 only. Terms and conditions apply.  page by 2nd January 2014.our sign-upTo win the chance to lead out Crewe at Gresty Road and to register for a fortnightly football newsletter visit


In our game, the opposition is deadly. Over 10,000 men a year die from prostate cancer in the UK. That’s a strike rate of one death every hour.

And those men who do survive often have to live with some pretty tricky side effects. As a man it’s difficult to cope with infertility, erectile problems and bladder incontinence.

We’ve got to get the nation talking about prostate cancer because early detection and diagnosis for men can make a difference. So the support you give us can make a massive difference to families in your community.

It can mean a granddad seeing his grandson being born, a son seeing his first game with his dad, a whole family together on a Saturday afternoon.

Prostate Cancer UK fights to help more men survive prostate cancer and enjoy a better quality of life. We have three priorities:

supporting men and providing information         •

finding answers by funding research         •

leading change to raise awareness and improve care.         •

, so it’s highly likely someone connected to you or the club has been affected.prostate cancer Overall, 1 in 8 men will get  250,000 men are living with prostate cancer in the UK.

Thank you so much for your support.

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