Fodboldspilleren og kunstneren

Diverse — Drokles on May 20, 2011 at 8:54 pm

Brødrene Olsen siger til Ekstra Bladet.

- Noller og jeg er blevet spurgt, om vi vil være ambassadører for, at Palæstina kommer med i Melodi Grand Prix’et. Det vil vi meget gerne, fortalte Jørgen Olsen, som mener, at en deltagelse i det Internationale Grand Prix kan betyde meget for en nation.

Den slags er vi vant til fra kunstnere. Anderledes ser det heldigvis ud til i sportens verden. Fra Liverpool FC TV

Daniel Agger is set to auction off a whole host of autographed football and sporting memorabilia next month at a charity gala to raise money for Danish soldiers who have been injured in Afghanistan.

The Liverpool defender will put up a collection of signed match-worn jerseys, boots and gloves from both current and former Reds, as well as other players within the game.

Some of the items on offer include an Agger Liverpool shirt signed by the entire squad, Steven Gerrard’s boots, Pepe Reina’s gloves, a Brazil shirt worn by Lucas Leiva, and a replica 1986 FA Cup final jersey autographed by Kenny Dalglish.

Other objects up for auction are world Tennis No.1 Caroline Wozniacki’s racket and the boots of Danish boxer Mikkel Kessler.

The star-studded event, which has been organised by Agger himself, will take place at the Tivoli Hotel and Congress Centre in Copenhagen on Saturday, June 4.

Agger ved at man skal være loyal mod det hold man spiller for.

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