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Poppy appeal auction update

Some items still available

23 November 2017

As part of City's Remembrance Day activities on Saturday, November 11, the players shirts featured attachable poppies, and the team on the pitch wore special black armbands with a poppy motif.

To raise money for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal, we now have the armbands worn by the first XI and manager Paul Tisdale, the Man-of the-Match shirt, and two rare, older match worn shirts up for auction, with all funds going directly to the RBL.

Lee Holmes, signed Man-of-the-Match, has now sold for £300! Thank you to the buyer.

Still up for auction:

Thanks to a generous overseas supporter, who wishes to remain anonymous, we have Marcus Stewart's extremely rare shirt from City's 2008-2009 promotion winning season in League Two, signed front and back by the player. The shirt is embroidered with poppy and Remembrance Day motif. Click here to bid on the shirt.

Secondly we have a signed Daniel Nardiello rare shirt from City's 2011/2012 season in League One, which also features a poppy. Click here to bid on the shirt.

To bid on the signed armbands, which start at £10, with a buy it now price of £20, please click on the listings below:

The auctions end on Friday, December 1, unless they are snapped up for the buy it now prices.

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