A former goalkeeper, 142 miles and almost £4,000 – an epic cycling challenge across the country to raise money to help injured fan Simon Dobbin has come to an end.
Former Cambridge United goalkeeper Danny Potter completed a cycle ride from Abbey Road to Mansfield for the club's last game of the season alongside U's fan Neal Cannell and friend Brian Sutton.
They took on a longer route than the 107 miles planned to support Simon Dobbin, of Mildenhall, who was attacked outside a pub while on the way the home from a Cambridge match at Southend last March and left with brain damage. His family is looking to raise £20,000 to help care for him and to make adaptations to their home after he returned to Mildenhall earlier this year.
Read more: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambridge-United-goalkeeper-s-cycle-Simon-Dobbin/story-29252848-detail/story.html#ixzz48MYDsnGq
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