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Watford manager Aidy Boothroyd made a guest appearance to give veteran goalkeeper Alec Chamberlain a top quality farewell to his Testimonial season.
The Championship play-off trophy, won by Watford at Cardiff last month when they beat Leeds United to clinch a place in the Premiership, was also on show at Alec's Testimonal Race Night, held at Watford Hilton.
Aidy mingled with supporters and posed for photographs with those who took part in sponsoring the race night, joined in with the fun of the evening and also donated an auction item as the popular 'keeper had another successful evening.
Thanks to the Hornets' boss, one lucky supporter can now look forward to spending a day training and mingling with the team, and having an exclusive 'behind the scenes' insight into what makes the club tick. There was also a popular bidding contest for the shirt worn by Alec at Cardiff, which was signed by all the players.
Said Alec: "Another fantastic night - some great races, terrific guests and of course the appearance of Aidy and his wife Emma. It was a wonderful gesture of Aidy to be there with Emma, and I cannot say just how much I appreciate his gesture of donating that auction item, which was very popular.
"It was also a great bonus having the play-off trophy there, and I was delighted that so many people were able to have their photos taken with it - hopefully it will give them some very special memories, and for that I would like to offer my sincere appreciation and thank-you to Watford Football Club.
"I would also like to single out Loans.co.uk for their support, at the Race Night, but also at my dinner back in February. They have been great throughout the season, and I really do appreciate it.
"It's been a terrific year, I have had some wonderful events, with the game, the dinner, the golf day and the two race nights, and I thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for their fantastic support."
Said Aidy: "It is a pleasure to be able to support Alec. He is a lovely guy, a wonderful professional, a fantastic ambassador for Watford FC and for professional footballers, and he has deserved all the support he has had over the past season."
Written by Peter Jones, of the PR consultancy Red Alert Media.