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First of Sir Bobby's shirts for auction

PUBLISHED: 17:49 01 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:23 06 July 2010

ALL 18 match shirts from Ipswich Town's game against Newcastle last Saturday, which saw the renaming of the North Stand after Sir Bobby Robson, are going up for auction over the next month with all proceeds going to the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.

ALL 18 match shirts from Ipswich Town's game against Newcastle last Saturday, which saw the renaming of the North Stand after Sir Bobby Robson, are going up for auction over the next month with all proceeds going to the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.

Those worn by Pablo Counago, Lee Martin and Richard Wright, were open to bids from last night.

The auction will last five days for each shirt, with supporters able to place their bids using the club's ebay service on www.itfc.co.uk (under shopping and auctions).

Each of the shirts has been signed front and back by the relevant player and comes with a letter of authenticity from the club.

For details of the auctioning of the Newcastle shirts, check on their official club website on www.nufc.co.uk.


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