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Plymouth Albion say they have been overwhelmed with offers of support from sponsors and supporters.
Supporters from around the country have been purchasing tickets for this Saturday's game even though they may not be able to attend to show their support for the club.
On this basis, Plymouth Albion is making an appeal to the rugby community at large and those who want to see Albion come through the situation to follow suit and make a donation to the #getbehindalbi campaign.
The money will help towards the clubs continuation and gain momentum so it's key that people get behind this and share the campaign, encouraging people to help raise support for the club.
James Coulton, Acting Chief Operating Officer states: "From today's response to the situation and from what we are seeing on social media.
"it's likely we will have an increased number of people who come to the game against Moseley on Saturday."
He continues: "Kick off is at 3pm and we would like to open the gates earlier at 12noon, but we need volunteers to come forward to help at the gate and at other areas of the ground."
If you can help on Saturday, please call the club on 01752 565064 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plymouth Albion has stated today that they will be playing the rest of the season's fixtures and there is no reason at this stage to be concerned over future event bookings which they have every reason to believe will be honoured.
Business continues as usual and when information about the situation becomes available, details will be released.
Plymouth Albion would like to thank all those who have sent messages of support to the club and pledged their help.
Plymouth Albion would like to appeal to those who may not have come along to a game for a while to return to Brickfields this Saturday.
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