Hinckley AFC manager Richard Lavery is doing his bit to help former Hinckley United defender Danny Pitham after he was involved in a car crash recently.
Pitham, who played for Hinckley in the first game at the then-Marstons Stadium in 2005, was severely injured in the crash in which he lost an arm.
As a result, there will be a bucket collection at tonight’s game at Leicester Road, the proceeds of which will be put towards helping raise funds for him.
The defender, who also played for the likes of Corby Town and Nuneaton Town, is hoping to raise £10,000 towards a new prosthetic arm, of which he has currently raised around half.
Lavery’s wife Gemma will be going round the ground with the buckets for anyone who would like to contribute towards the cause.
Everyone at the club sends their very best wishes to Danny and we wish him all the best for his recovery.