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Apologies if there’s an existing thread that covers this .

Nice to see this piece of news. Okay the guy is minted , being a Premier League Manager but a quarter of a million to help out isn’t bad .

There are other great things being done by footballers and managers, might it be good to mention these too ?

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo donates £250,000 to help tackle food poverty in Wolverhampton

 

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Apologies if there’s an existing thread that covers this .

Nice to see this piece of news. Okay the guy is minted , being a Premier League Manager but a quarter of a million to help out isn’t bad .

There are other great things being done by footballers and managers, might it be good to mention these too ?

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo donates £250,000 to help tackle food poverty in Wolverhampton

Yes saw that. Keeps faith in the human race.
 

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Coventry City agree in principle to return to the Ricoh Arena in 10 year deal.
 

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Great, great news. Really delighted for them. Their fans have been completely shafted for the past few years.
I suspect this is a mere "Marriage of Convenience", and a temporary one at that, with WASPS no longer in a position to forego the rent in these cash-strapped times.

While according to the BBC: "[Coventry City] owners Sisu still aim to build a new stadium on the south-west edge of the city, on land owned by the University of Warwick."
(More here: Coventry announce new stadium plans )
 

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