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Last Updated: Wednesday, 14 November 2007, 17:49 GMT
Brian Clough game raises 100,000
Brian Clough
Clough, who managed both Derby and Forest, died in 2004
Derby County and Nottingham Forest have announced that the inaugural Brian Clough Trophy game in July raised 100,000 for East Midlands charities.

The match, on 31 July, attracted a crowd of 25,159 at Derby's Pride Park.

The Trophy, named after the legendary former manager of both clubs, will be contested whenever they meet - whether in a league, cup or friendly match.

The 100,000 will be divided between the two clubs' nominated charities and the Brian Clough Memorial Fund.

It has been divided up as follows:

  • 25,000 for Derby's nominated charities (10 designated charities for 2007/08 sharing 20,000, and 5,000 to the Derbyshire FA's charities).

  • 25,000 to Forest's annual nominated charity - the Danielle Beccan Memorial Trust.

  • 25,000 will be distributed by the Brian Clough Memorial Fund to a number of local charities, at the discretion of the Clough family.

  • All three parties have agreed to present 12,500 each to the East Midlands Air Ambulance and NSPCC (East Midlands).


    SEE ALSO
    Rivals to play for Clough trophy
    04 Jul 07 |  Football
    Football legend Clough dies
    20 Sep 04 |  Football


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