Steven Gerrard donates doodle to epilepsy charity

Gerrard donates drawing to charity
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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard donates a doodle of him and his family to a charity auction to raise money for people with epilepsy.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has donated a drawing to a charity raising money for people struggling with epilepsy.

The 32-year-old, along with a host of sports stars including former cricketer David Gower and Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, took part in the 10th anniversary of National Doodle Day.

The England skipper drew himself in his famous number eight shirt arm-in-arm with his wife Alex and their three daughters - Lilly-Ella, Lexie and Lourdes - standing in a line next to them with 'You'll Never Walk Alone' written on the back of their shirts.

The midfielder and his family are standing in a goalmouth, with the message 'reach for your goals forever' written across the top of the crossbar.

All the doodles donated will be put on eBay to raise funds for Epilepsy Action over the next 10 days.

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