Manchester United fans to auction ‘The Chosen One’ banner for charity
The Manchester United supporters behind the ‘Chosen One’ banner which was originally unveiled at Old Trafford in support of David Moyes have revealed they are hoping to donate the proceeds from its sale to charity.
Originally placed at the authentic canada goose outlet Stretford End at the best ideas about canada goose outlet on pinterest start of the season as a show of support for the canada goose coat 1000 man who replaced Sir Alex Ferguson, the banner was removed days after Moyes was sacked at the end of April.
It has since been kept in a storage room at Old Trafford despite previous interest in acquiring it from the National Football Museum. Now the group who helped produce the banner are hoping to sell it to the highest buy canada goose jacket winnipeg buying canada goose jacket online bidder.
“United have actually told us that it needs collecting as it belongs to us, but we just haven’t got round to it yet,” Andrew Kilduff of supporters’ group Stretford End Flags told the Telegraph.
“The National Football Museum had been keen to have it jacket, but they haven’t been back in touch, so we will probably best price canada goose jacket outlet buy canada goose jacket cheap usa online store look to auction it for charity now.
“We have can you machine wash canada goose jacket auctioned a couple of banners in the past – we raised £2,000 for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s charity by selling one of his – so it would be nice to do something similar with the Chosen One.”
The banner, which cost around £450 to canada goose coat – kensington produce in the summer of 2013 was mimicked in March when a group of United supporters arranged for a flypast can you wash a canada goose parka with the message “Wrong One – Moyes Out” during the victory against Aston Villa.