Petrov Charity Game Squad Lists – Paul Lambert, John Terry & Roy Keane to Play for Stiliyan XI

Petrov Charity Game Squad Line-ups – John Terry and friends


It’s not the Aston Villa versus Celtic game that supporters of both of clubs wanted to see to celebrate the career of Stiliyan Petrov, but the charity match, as well as having a Celtic XI and Stiliyan XI managed by Martin O’Neill and Kenny Dalglish, will feature some top-bill names. Henrik Larsson, Brian McClair and Neil Lennon will turn out for Celtic, while Stiliyan’s team will feature the man himself and a whole host of top names, including Villa manager Paul Lambert, John Terry and Roy Keane.

The Stiliyan XI will also boast quite a few ex-Villa favourites, including  Bouma, Barry, Friedel and Cuellar.

While the game on September 8th at Celtic Park should be a decent event, such a charity game wouldn’t have the  same emotion or authentic atmosphere of a Villa vs Celtic game in honour of #19. Every effort should still be made to make sure such a game will happen. UTV



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The confirmed squads are as follows:

Tom Boyd
Momo Sylla
Tosh McKinlay
Jackie McNamara
Joos Valgaeren
Bobo Balde
Henrik Larsson
Morten Wieghorst
Chris Sutton
Pierre Van Hooijdonk
Jorge Cadete
Tommy Johnson
Brian McClair
Bobby Petta
Martin Compston
Didier Agathe
Neil Lennon
Rab Douglas
Stevie Graham
Warren Brown
Lubo Moravcik
Johan Mjallby


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Petrov and Lambert likely to line-up again on September 8th


Brad Friedel
Radostin Kishishev
Freddie Bouma
Marian Hristov
Richard Dunne
Chris Kamara
Nicky Byrne
Robert Pires
Dimitar Berbatov
Jamie Redknapp
Gabriel Agbonlahor
Hristo Yovov
Paul Lambert
Patrik Berger
Roy Keane
Martin Petrov
Gareth Barry
Stiliyan Petrov
John Bishop
Habib Beye
Carlos Cuellar
John Terry
Shay Given


The funds raised will help others across the country facing a similar diagnosis to Stiliyan. In addition, Celtic Charity* will make a donation to Glasgow NE Foodbank, which will open in September in response to growing levels of food poverty impacting men, women and children across the North and East of the city.


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