Mick Harford

Mick Harford

I was disappointed to learn that Luton Town legend Mick Harford had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. I was equally pleased to see that all at the club are supporting him and all others who have the disease. Great respect to all at Kenilworth Road.

March The Month for men like Mick.

The football season is almost underway, with debates about who’ll be crowned champions in full flow. But there’s one thing every football fan can agree on – too many of our men are dying of prostate cancer. And that’s why everyone can March The Month this September. No matter who you support.

Last year we saw fans across the UK take part in Prostate United, the monthly running and cycling challenge. Staff from teams like Leeds United, Wolves and Everton made up the miles together each day and have so far raised more than £100,000. Luton Town boasted the biggest squad – including manager Nathan Jones – running every day to support assistant boss and club legend Mick Harford, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer last year. 

“I’ve been overwhelmed by the level of support and this gesture from the staff at the football club is amazing,” Mick

This September we have a challenge for football fans everywhere – walk 11,000 steps a day for 11,000 dads, partners, grandads, sons, brothers, uncles and mates who die from prostate cancer every year.

Do it alone, with family, a team, or your mates from 5-a-side, and you’ll join a dedicated community of marchers who’ll support and inspire you along the way. You’ll never march alone.



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