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Applause for this.

Let’s hope Salford City’s example encourages others – not just football clubs – to do likewise when they get the opportunity.

Salford City FC just showed everyone how football can be a force for good – at least, when a match is called off and there’s no actual competition being played.

The National League team had over 150 pies, vats of soup and some cheesecakes left over when its game against Tamworth was postponed.

Rather than stuff their faces as might have been tempting, Salfor’ds joint managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley headed to a homeless shelter to donate the food.

Source: Salford City’s match was called off, so they donated all the food to the homeless | indy100

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