A BRADFORD City player’s shirt worn in one of the club’s Wembley clashes is set to be raffled off to raise funds for another former star’s wife who has a brain tumour.

Tony McMahon’s Bantams jersey from the club’s 1-0 defeat against Millwall in the 2017 League One Play-Off final will go to the winner of a fundraising raffle, who will be chosen at random. To enter, people should give a donation to the cause, including the former City right-back's name in their donation description.

The shirt will help raise funds in aid of another former Bantam, Graeme Lee's wife Gemma. She has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and hopes to raise £100,000 to help fund alternative therapies for her treatment.

Defender Graeme Lee, now 42, made 44 appearances, scoring two goals for City during the 2008-09 season.

Current City goalkeeper Richard O’Donnell tweeted about McMahon’s shirt today:

Go to justgiving.com/crowdfunding/warriorgemma to make a donation.