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Pompey XI vs Friends of Kanu

Pompey XI vs Friends of Kanu

I kept getting emails through about the 'friends of Kanu' game taking place on Bank Holiday - see below - so decided I would share one of these to give those tempted by it, a little more information...

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POMPEY XI vs FRIENDS OF KANU
FRATTON PARK ~ Bank Holiday Monday 25TH MAY 2009


IN AID OF THE KANU HEART FOUNDATION

In 1996 shortly after his transfer from Ajax to Inter Milan the Premiership football star Nwankwo Kanu was diagnosed with a life threatening heart condition and underwent lifesaving heart surgery on an aortic valve. He returned to perform at the highest level and the 2 time African Footballer of the year's medal collection includes the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, Premier League, FA Cup and Olympic Gold medal. Despite this success he has not forgotten his personal experience and supports and assists through his Heart Foundation children in Africa suffering from various heart ailments but do not have access the lifesaving treatment they require.

Capstone Sports Management and Portsmouth City Football have been arranging a Pompey vs. Friends of Kanu charity football match at Portsmouth's Fratton Park Stadium at the end of the last couple of seasons to raise awareness and funds for the Kanu Heart Foundation. The Friend's of Kanu team has previously featured a myriad of top names and football personalities from the Premiership, Africa and Europe.

This year's Pompey vs. Friends of Kanu match will be on Bank Holiday Monday 25th MAY 2009 at Fratton Park with Kick off at 2pm.

Adults £10
Children Under 16 & Concessions £3
Parent & Child Package (1 Adult & 1 Child U16) £10.50
Family Ticket Package (2 Adults & 2 Children U16) £20

Hospitality/VIP Package £50

(Please note that all children must be accompanied by an adult)

For Tickets please click https://eticketing.co.uk/portsmouth/default.aspx.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday May 13 2009
Time: 3:25PM

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Comments

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been the last two years, last year to see FA cup at Fratton, the year before to check out Muntari
paultsmouth
13/05/2009 17:37:00
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ahh Muntari, I think I miss him and his monster tackling even more than Diarra.
Ziggstix
14/05/2009 00:06:00
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I went last year and really enjoyed the game. I would highly recommend going if you can.
sneakay
14/05/2009 08:52:00
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It could be a goer if I finish the house move planned for that weekend. Pay on the day is a good idea!
storagematt
14/05/2009 15:08:00
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