Brentford fans who donated a flag to support matchday announcer Peter Gilham have raised more than £1,500 for Prostate Cancer UK, the charity has confirmed.
Supporters pledged their support to the voice of Griffin Park, the Bees legend has been on the microphone since the 1960s, when he revealed in the summer that he had been diagnosed with cancer and was to undergo treatment.
Gilham has since been given the all-clear from the most common cancer for UK males.
The flag itself was unveiled in August ahead of the Nottingham Forest game and now is placed in the New Road Stand.
The £275 for the flag was raised in hours and £1,570 was donated to the EFL's charity partner, with Prostate Cancer UK sending the club and Bees fans an official thank you last week.
Manager Dean Smith teamed up with rival bosses earlier this season by wearing Prostate Cancer UK’s iconic ‘man of Men’ pin badge on the touchline during the 2017/18 campaign as the leading men’s charity cranks up the serious message.
Smith's close friend Errol McKellar has also successfully beaten prostate cancer.