WORCESTER City’s FA Cup goalkeeping hero has raised more than £500 by selling the shirt he wore in the historic victory.
Nathan Vaughan made the charitable donation on the back of his match-winning performance in the 2-1 win over Coventry City, in which he saved a Reda Johnson penalty, on Sunday, November 9.
Worcester’s number one auctioned the top off on Ebay and received a total of £508 which will be donated to The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
Vaughan took to twitter to thank everyone who helped him rake in the cash.
“Well I’m speechless (for once)… Big thanks for all the retweets and bidders!” he said.
The shirt is being collected on Saturday (November 29) when City play Barrow in the FA Trophy third qualifying round.