Fleetwood Town’s Former Players Association (FPA) have kindly received one of Conor McLaughlin’s Northern Ireland international capped shirts to help raise funds for local children’s charity hospice, Brian House.
Conor – who signed for the club back in 2012 – spent five years with the Cod Army and managed to make 200 appearances in all competitions for the side, even earning the accolade of becoming Town’s first-ever internationally-capped player.
The full-back has been in the Northern Ireland setup since the Under-16s age group and mas since worked his way up to the main team, earning 43 caps since his international debut in 2011. He has donated the shirt to us, and it has since been sold for over £250, which will go straight to the charity.
Thanks for the help and keep up the good work, Conor!