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Chase de Vere to play Arsenal team for charity

Chase de Vere Mortgage Management is playing an Arsenal &#39celebrity&#39 team to raise money for Shelter, the charity that helps the homeless and people in poor housing.

They will be playing for the inaugural Shelter Challenge Trophy, a new annual event created by Chase de Vere Mortgage Management.

The Arsenal team includes numerous ex-Arsenal players aswell as celebrities such as Ronnie O&#39Sullivan – world snooker champion, Ralf Little – Royle Family, Tony Hadley – Spandau Ballet, Mark Ramprakash – former test cricketer, Phil Daniels – actor most famous for Quadrophenia, Terry Marsh – former world champion boxer and Martin Offiah, the internetional rugbyplayer.

Chase de Vere Mortgage Management will be fielding a team of mortgage brokers including managing director Simon Tyler. The game will be held at Aldershot Town FC&#39s ground at Sunday April 18.

Gates open at 1pm and kick off is at 3pm. Tickets are £5, but children under 16 are free. The celebrities will be mingling and signing autographs after the game.

Tyler says: “The firm has a football team here already and regularly play matches with lenders and legal firms, so are pretty fit and looking forward to the challenge.

“It&#39s a delight to see so many celebrities and former players taking part. It&#39s going to be fantastic to beat Arsenal, and raise money at the same time. To say the brokers here are confident is an understatement.”


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