A book of spoof letters sent by a fictional football fan to a host of clubs has released to raise funds for charity.
Footie clubs around the UK, including Celtic, Rangers, Dundee, Dumbarton, Hearts, Chelsea, Everton and West Ham United, have been pranked by Fraser Syme..
For years, Fraser wrote funny letters under the pseudonym Struan J Marjoribanks.
Fraser has included the Adam Stansfield Foundation in his charity choices after Exeter City bought into a joke about Struan’s son painting a portrait of the striker. Months later Stansfield tragically died from bowel cancer, aged just 31, in 2010.
Fraser said: “He was such a good sport and his wife still remembers it. What happened to him was so tragic, so I included his charity among the three.”
My Book of Absurd Letters to British Football Clubs, by Struan J Marjoribanks, is available to buy now from: eatthebreed.bigcartel.com priced £6.99
From every copy sold, £1 will be donated to the Oscar Knox Appeal NCCAUK, the Adam Stansfield Foundation or Tartan Army Children’s Charity.