Aaron Doran Rehab Fund RESULT

by Scott Wilson in Livingston, West Lothian, United Kingdom

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I'm running this prize draw to raise money for Aaron Doran to help fund his rehab programme- PRIZE DRAW HAS BEEN WON

by Scott Wilson in Livingston, West Lothian, United Kingdom

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The prize has been won by Douglas McIntosh. Congratulations!


The draw has been made and therefore any further entries will not be entered into the draw

Up for grabs is a really unique piece of Scottish football memorabilia, a Scotland top made for John Robertson with his name on the back. So why is this rare?

Squad numbers didn't come into force domestically in Scotland until season 1998/1999 by which time Robbo had left Hearts for Livingston so no domestic jersey ever had his name on the back

Like Lyndon Dykes recently, Robbo was injured in the build up to Sweden 1992 and was replaced by Kevin Gallagher. Unbeknown to him, the Scotland squad strips had already been made including this one. John wasn't aware of this fact until recently when he was shown it by a memorabilia collector who kindly donated it to him

Whilst John was keen to keep this shirt as part of his collection, he's even keener to help out his friend Aaron and so has kindly donated this to raise funds towards Aaron's rehabilitation1718635685_robbo_with_shirt_front_01.png


The Cause

Robbo and Aaron are good friends and John is really keen to help with his rehabilitation, hence donating this unique jersey as a prize. 

Another Crowfunder has funded Aaron's operation but his rehab will be long and, naturally, he can't support himself and his family during this time, so this is where the proceeds of this prize draw will go


From Robbo: 

Since my return to ICT Aaron had been a near constant fixture in the side due to his ability and his workrate and whilst capable of match winning contributions in terms of his goals and assists it his desire to do well for the team that makes him an obvious first choice pick 

Aaron had battled back from two serious knee operations that would have finished some peoples careers and that’s testament to his strong will and desire to get everything out of his career 

Off the pitch he is great character to have in the dressing room and his humour, whilst dry, is absolutely hilarious and he is hugely popular 

He's hard working and very talented and it’s easy to understand why he is adored by the ICT fans and has scored some incredible goals over the years in big matches 

He is a great role model and imparts his experience to the younger lads in the squad and sets the standards required in training and in matches 

Never a problem on or off the pitch and had been a pleasure to work with and get to know

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