WANDERERS legends turned out in force at the Unibol as part of Gethin Jones' fundraiser for motor neurone disease.

The fundraiser was organised by Gareth Jones, dad of Whites player Gethin, whose wife Karen was diagnosed with motor neurone disease last July. It aims to raise £250,000.

Players who gave fans of the club some of their happiest moments on the pitch stepped out in front of a crowd of 13,187.

The legends, managed by Sam Allardyce, took on the current team but were defeated by 7-4.

There was a loud cheer as Ivan Campo came off the pitch and another iconic substitution involved Lucas Davies coming on for his dad Kevin, who played for the club 351 times in a 10-year spell.

Hero keeper Jussi Jääskeläinen also made a return between the posts and saw plenty of action.

Fans were given the chance show their appreciation for the legends of the game as they did a lap of honour at full-time.

The Jones' effort can be donated to be visiting www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/Karen-JonesMND online.

The match came as the government announced a £50m boost for research into the causes of MND, seeking to find a cure for a condition which affects around 5,000 people in the UK.