Published Friday, 24 August 2012
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Magilton on McDonald
Alan McDonald Trust
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It was set by the former Northern Ireland captain's window Tonia after his sudden death in June, and will launch with a Legends match at Seaview on 10 September.
An NI select side will take on a Queen's Park Rangers team - including many of McDonald's former team mates from the Loftus Road club where he spent 17 years.
Fellow former international Jim Magilton said the match will be a fitting tribute.
"Hopefully we can have a full house," Magilton told UTV.
"It will be lovely to see so many people pay tribute to a really decent human being who gave so much not only to Northern Ireland football but obviously Queen's Park Rangers and those were his two greatest passions."
Magilton admitted it will a night of nostalgia tinged with a little sadness.
"I think, you know, he's not with us and that's the saddest thing," he continued.
"Whilst we recognise that and the family I'm sure will remember the occasion it's something hopefully the Trust can give someone or some people the opportunity that Alan had."
All proceeds from the Legends match will go to the Alan McDonald Trust.