Wednesday 30 March 2016 15:00

Jeff Stelling visited Craven Cottage on Wednesday afternoon as part of the final leg of his #JeffsMarch journey in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.

The long-standing host of Sky’s Soccer Saturday aimed to complete 10 walking marathons in as many days, from boyhood club Hartlepool United to Wembley between 21-30 March.

Wednesday saw him begin at AFC Wimbledon and head to Brentford before stopping at the Cottage. He then headed off to Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, and then all that remained was the finish line at Wembley.

During the London leg he was joined by former pros Matt Le Tissier, Trevor Sinclair and Dennis Wise, while Fulham fan and television presenter Richard Osman was there to greet him upon arrival at the Cottage.

“One of my least favourite facts is that one in eight men in the UK will be affected by prostate cancer at some point in their lifetime,” Osman said. “You can help; please go and visit the website, read up about it, and if you want to donate that would be greatly appreciated.”

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