The Evening Sentinel is offering one lucky Port Vale fan the opportunity to take part in Tony Naylor’s charity match between Port Vale and Stoke City.
The game takes place on May 18th and is aid of Approach, the Stoke-on-Trent-based charity which supports elderly people with dementia, Alzheimer’s and other mental health problems.
Among the players confirmed for the match are: Paul Musselwhite, Mark Grew, Bradley Sandeman, Neil Aspin, Peter Swan, Kris Taylor, Ian Bogie, Robin van der Laan, Steve Guppy, Jon McCarthy, Marc Bridge-Wilkinson, Ray Walker, Kevin Kent and Martin Foyle.
The Sentinel is offering readers the opportunity to manage the Stoke and Vale teams, with the aid of Denis Smith and John Rudge, or even play alongside the legends.
To put yourself forward as the ‘gaffer’ or to pull on one of the one-off match shirts, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
Include your name, age, address and contact telephone number, along with your preferred team and whether you’d like to be the manager or a player.