Four figure barrier broken at Bradford
£1021 has been raised so far this season for youth development. It’s just a third of the way through the season, abortion and we’re a third of the way to our target of £3000. Thanks to the generosity of our fans, approved the parsimony of our defence and a rare but welcome burst of goals, shop the 3-0 victory at Bradford brought in a mighty £92.50 in pledges. Dennis Payne, Graham Watkinson and Mark Rees all have to cough up £8 for a 3-0 win and that means they are all moving towards pledging £100. However still out in front as our top pledger, and hot favourite to crack the ton first, is Julien Robb, who owes £5 thanks to the clean sheet.
The under 21s got a fine win at Workington in midweek, and Louis Myers made his first team debut last week – two early signs of the benefits of our expanded youth development programme. Remember that £3000 is just a target: if we raise more, we’ll give more.
So if you want to join this successful scheme, now’s a great time. Stop by the Trust table outside the Social Club at the Stockport match this Saturday, tweet your pledge to @cfcst or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can get some ideas on what to pledge by looking at what others are doing on this spreadsheet.