Joe Allen and Martin Kelly follow Liverpool's lead by lending their support to the Anthony Nolan cancer charity.
Liverpool duo Joe Allen and Martin Kelly have become the latest Reds players to lend their support to the Anthony Nolan charity.
The Merseyside outfit pledged their backing to the charity, which aims to help people suffering from blood cancer.
The Premier League outfit will hold an event at Anfield on March 25, when volunteers will be asked to give a saliva sample and put their names down on the bone marrow register.
Lucas Leiva and Daniel Agger have also backed the campaign, fronted by Brad Jones's girlfriend Dani Lawrence following the death of the goalkeeper's son Luca, who passed away with leukaemia.
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