Arrange a testimonial game for former player Alan Hudson

    1. Petition by

      Peter C

      Glasgow, United Kingdom

Alan Hudson is one of the great players of both clubs, helping Chelsea win the FA Cup and Cup Winners' Cup, and in one of Stoke's greatest ever sides, title contenders in the 1970s.

He has since fallen upon hard times, becoming disabled as a result of a traffic accident, losing his wife, his home, and his savings, and he is now homeless, and living in a hostel.

This petition calls for two of the clubs he represented so well to play a friendly match, with the proceeds going to Alan Hudson, something he was never granted at the end of his playing career.

To:
Arrange a testimonial game for former player Alan Hudson

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Joanne Shangle KENMORE, WA
      • 6 months ago

      I am very lucky to have seen Alan Hudson play. He was a Seattle Sounder from 1979-1983. He is a very talented player, who has done a lot for soccer. This just might lift his spirits. He earned at least a testimonial game. I wish him well.

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    • Bertel Andresson REYKJAVíK, ICELAND
      • 7 months ago

      A good guy. A good player.

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    • Siggi Hauks REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
      • 7 months ago

      My all time favorite player and idol. A real gentleman's gentleman and a great ambassador for the sport who always delivered and entertained all and sunder who saw him play.

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    • Sean Sadler EDINBURGH, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 7 months ago

      Great player,very sorry to see this marvelleous footballer in this predicament

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    • Colin Burgess STOKE-ON-TRENT, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 10 months ago

      'Huddy' was a naturally gifted midfield maestro who was a pleasure to watch. Good luck Al

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