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Opportunity to fly to Old Trafford winning Shakib’s auction


With a view to helping the flood affected people in Bangladesh, the Shakib Al Hasan Foundation has decided for a auction. The auction has started at 12:20 pm Bangladesh time on Thursday (September 3) and will end at 10 pm on Sunday (September 5). Shakib will present at the end of the auction live in their official Facebook page.

Opportunity to fly to Old Trafford winning Shakib's auction

The Shakib Al Hasan Foundation, a non-profit organization has decided the auction which will be dedicated to helping affected people in the northern region of Bangladesh. Jerseys and match tickets signed by the players of the popular English Premier League team Manchester United have been put up for auction. The auction has been announced at the base price of BDT 1 lakh from the Facebook page of Shakib Al Hasan Foundation.

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” Jersey with autographs of current Manchester United footballers and two match tickets to watch Manchester United’s game live at Old Trafford next season has been put for auction (Gulf Oil Bangladesh will provide details of the match in a timely manner). All proceeds from the charity auction will be used to help flood victims.” The Shakib Al Hasan Foundation stated.

The process for bidding in the auction can be made in the comments of the scheduled posts on the Facebook page of the foundation. Besides , the interested people can contact them through inbox of the page. Fans across the country who are fond of English Premier League football , the auction is quite exciting for them. If anyone win the auction, he will get a jersey with the signatures of all the players of Manchester United and a tickets to watch the live game.

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