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Donate To The Rocastle Trust

Yesterday saw 'David Rocastle Day' at Highbury, celebrating the great man that was Rocky Rocastle.

In tandem with Arsenal-Land.co.uk we are trying to raise £1000 to donate to the Rocastle Trust.

It's quick, easy and secure and, if you are a UK taxpayer, an extra 28% in tax will be added to your gift at no cost to you.

You can give as much as you like in the knowledge that it will be going to a great cause.

Please please help this great charity.

Click Here To Donate


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday April 2 2006
Time: 5:52PM

Comments

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Please give as much as you can.
Rocky7
02/04/2006 17:53:00
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Great cause, thanks Vital Football for your help.
northwilts
02/04/2006 22:50:00
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Rocky... what a legend. I'm donating.
pitythefool
03/04/2006 11:31:00
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Please give to him he was a good player.
kenyanrudeboy
23/04/2006 12:16:00
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We will miss u roscastle
kenyanrudeboy
23/04/2006 12:17:00
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great player and a sad loss
sdandrk
26/04/2006 12:18:00
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I have to say that I do not like Arsenal, you can clearly see that in my comments. But David Rocastle was an absolutely outstanding right winger and central midfielder. In his later years at Arsenal I thought he was arguably the best central midfielder in the country. He was always great going forward but I didn't realise what a good tackler he was when he moved in the middle. When he died I didn't even realise he was ill, I know he disappeared from football before his time and wondered where he'd gone. It was a very sad day and I was genuinely saddened and shocked. My heart goes out to his family.
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02/05/2006 02:14:00
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