QPR fans have shown their support for Stan Bowles by raising more than £2,000 through the auction of a second set of specially-commissioned Alzheimer’s Society match shirts.
The shirts were worn by the QPR players at this season’s Stan Bowles Day against Rotherham United in August.
Two sets of limited edition shirts were produced for each player – the first batch of which were auctioned in September, raising over £7,600.
After Stan’s family confirmed he is suffering from Alzheimer’s, the QPR supporters have rallied around the R’s legend.
A further £2,123.74 has been raised from the second auction, with the shirts of Charlie Austin (£627.50), James Perch (£336.30) and Grant Hall (£300) proving the most popular.
The money raised from the shirts has been split equally between the Alzheimer’s Society and Stan’s GoFundMe page, which has been set-up by his family, in conjunction with QPR, to help with the cost of his daily welfare and ongoing care.
Stan’s family and QPR would like to thank the R’s fans – and the football public at large – for their support.