John Terry will make a one off appearance for Celtic in the charity match for Stan Peterov.
A Celtic XI will play against a Stiliyan XI at Celtic Park on Sunday September 8 with the two teams managed by Martin O’Neill and Kenny Dalglish.
All proceeds from the match will go directly to charity with the bulk of the money going to cancer research.
Stars such as Henrik Larsson, Chris Sutton and Lubo Marovcik will return to Celtic for the match with a number of special guests also pledging their support.
Announcing the latest names on twitter last night the former Aston Villa midfielder said: “Happy to announce Richard Dunne, John Terry, Carlos Cuellar and Gareth Barry all playing #19 game on 08/09.”
The match will take place on an international weekend with Terry announcing his retirement from international football in September last year after being charged by the FA of racist behaviour despite being cleared of the accusation in a civil court.
Announcing his decision to quit international football after gaining 78 caps the Chelsea skipper said: ”I am making this statement today in advance of the hearing of the FA disciplinary charge because I feel the FA, in pursuing charges against me where I have already been cleared in a court of law, have made my position with the national team untenable.”
With his career in decline in recent times Terry has become famous for gate-crashing trophy giving ceremonies most famously appearing in full Chelsea kit at the 2012 Champions League final despite being suspended for the match.
Petrov joined Celtic in 1999 and won four SPL titles before moving to Aston Villa in 2006.
He was diagnosed with leukaemia after taking ill in a match against Arsenal in March 2012. Since then Villa fans have held a number of fund raising events for leukaemia research and hold a minutes applause at every match in the 19th minute- the number that the Bulgarian wore for Celtic and Villa.
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