The Football Association has donated to an appeal that is trying to help former England striker Jimmy Greaves recover from a stroke.
Greaves left hospital in June, one month after suffering a severe stroke, and the 75-year-old's agent is trying to raise £30,000 to pay for 500 hours of physiotherapy.
Tottenham, one of his former clubs, have paid for part of Greaves' treatment and now the FA has also made a contribution.
An FA spokesman said: "The FA are aware of the campaign. (Chairman) Greg Dyke has made a discretionary contribution to that."
It is understood the figure pledged by the FA is a four-figure sum.
Greaves played 57 times for England and scored 44 goals.
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