John Terry’s all-gold donations for an auction in aid of the Bobby Copping Foundation

Former England and Chelsea star John Terry has donated several items for an auction to raise money for the Bobby Copping Foundation.

Monday, 8th March 2021, 6:09 pm
Updated Monday, 8th March 2021, 6:11 pm
John Terry in action for Chelsea against Posh in a 2017 FA Cup tie at London Road.

Terry has donated a Chelsea watch, several old Chelsea shirts, including a unique youth team shirt, and some match boots from his international appearances which are currently attracting bids.

Also currently being auctioned are match shirts from Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), plus goalkeeping gloves from Bernd Leno (Arsenal).

Cracking auction items have also been donated by top boxers Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, plus champion golfer Tiger Woods.

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Posh defender Copping was forced to retire from professional football on medical advice last month aged just 19.

He promptly set up a foundation to help provide unique mental health support to players, families, and staff within elite sport.

Posh co-owners Darragh MacAnthony and Stewart ‘Randy’ Thompson were among the first to make generous donations to the foundation.