Celtic fans can tune in live to watch three club legends host a Lanarkshire charity evening this Saturday.
Hosted by Frank McAvennie – with fellow Celtic heroes John Hartson and Didier Agathe – the trio will serve up a ‘Legends of Paradise’ evening, aimed at helping families deeply affected by addiction.
Taking place this Saturday night, the Hoops heroes will appear via live stream link at Hamilton Accies Football Club in a bid to raise money and awareness of the Accies community trust charity, Blameless.
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During the ‘Legends of Paradise’ event former Celtic and West Ham player Macca will be in discussion with Hoops icons Agathe and Hartson about their time at the club.
They will share a host of stories and memories of their footballing years as they aim to raise thousands of pounds for Blameless to provide fun times and ultimately happy memories for children in Lanarkshire who have been directly or indirectly affected by addiction or alcoholism.
Accies chief executive and Blameless trustee, Colin McGowan, told Lanarkshire Live : “It’s great to have three former Celtic players get right behind the Blameless children’s charity.
“We are thoroughly looking forward to the event and hope to have as many supporters as possible tune in to watch the evening unfold via the live stream.”
The event will be streamed on August 7 with tickets costing just £10 – all proceeds will go to Blameless.
The event can also be re-watched for seven days following Saturday. Tickets for the event can be purchased online.
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