Date: 18th January 2018 at 7:52pm
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Leeds United announced earlier today that the club had raised the £200,000 required to help young fan Toby Nye receive treatment for his Neuroblastoma.

The £200,000 that was needed was reached when midfielder Samu Saiz donated the final £25,000 to take the tally to the required target.

Leeds have actively been raising funds to help young Toby, who recently celebrated his 5th birthday with the squad at a surprise birthday party.

Staff, players and supporters of the club have been raising funds since the autumn, including a fund raising day when the side played Sheffield United in October.

Toby will attend the home game against Millwall on Saturday before his treatment starts and Vital Leeds wish him all the best and look forward to seeing him at Elland Road again.

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