Football fans from across Scotland pitched in to Falkirk’s 50-50 weekend draw – and raised a cash prize for Motor Neurone Disease Scotland.
The Bairns pledged to donate their split of the weekly half-time draw to the charity in tribute to their former midfielder who died after battling the disease for more than two years.
And the prize pot saw £3267 go to winner Julie Scott and the remainder transferred by the club to the charity following the Falkirk TV re-run of the team’s win over Dunfermline in 2014.
Commercial director Kieran Koszary said: “We would like to thank the fans once again for their phenomenal support on Saturday to raise funds for a wonderful cause.
“David was highly thought of by everyone and after consulting the family we felt it was fitting to donate our share to MND.”
A private funeral will take place today for Mr Hagen who also played for Rangers, Hearts, Livingston, Clyde Peterhead and Bo’ness.