via Deadspin

Several West Ham players have taken it all off in order to help spread awareness of testicular cancer, and "Feel 'em Friday" which encourages men to check themselves for signs of the disease once a week.

By Extra Mustard
November 07, 2014

Several West Ham players have taken it all off in order to help spread awareness of testicular cancer, and "Feel 'em Friday" which encourages men to check themselves for signs of the disease once a week.

According to The GuardianWest Ham player Dylan Tombides lost his life to the disease earlier this year at age 20, after being diagnosed in 2011 following a random drug test.

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The team lined up in just their boots (except for Tombides brother and fellow West Ham player Taylor who chose to go shoeless) and a strategically placed soccer ball to get the message out.

- Brendan Maloy

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