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Manchester United donate over 4,000 items of unused food, flowers and hospitality gifts to charity

Manchester United donate over 4,000 items of unused meals plus flowers and hospitality gifts to charity after their residence Premier League conflict towards Brighton was postponed

  • Manchester United have donated meals, flowers and hospitality gifts to charity   
  • The Reds recreation towards Brighton was postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak
  • United have closed their coaching base till subsequent week as they sort out the virus

Manchester United have made certain that at the very least some good has come out of their postponed Premier League recreation with Brighton at Old Trafford by donating unused meals, flowers and hospitality gifts to charity.

The fixture was the second United recreation to be known as off this week following the postponement of Tuesday’s journey to Brentford due to a Covid-19 outbreak on the membership.

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United have additionally shut down first-team operations at their Carrington coaching floor till early subsequent week to attempt and stem the tide of constructive outcomes.

Manchester United's game against Brighton was postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak

Manchester United’s recreation towards Brighton was postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak 

The club will close their training ground next week as they aim to stop the spread of the virus

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The membership will shut their coaching floor subsequent week as they goal to cease the unfold of the virus

Preparations for the Brighton recreation and a full-house at Old Trafford have been effectively underway when the match was known as off on Thursday with United having solely seven gamers out there.

But the membership have been decided not to let every part go to waste and made use of as a lot as they may to help charity within the build-up to Christmas.

More than 4,000 items of meals together with contemporary sandwiches, fruit and greens, have been donated to native meals banks.

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Ralf Rangnick's side have donated sandwiches, fruit and vegetables to local food banks

Ralf Rangnick’s facet have donated sandwiches, fruit and greens to native meals banks

Food from the Manchester United hospitality suites was donated following the postponement

Food from the Manchester United hospitality suites was donated following the postponement

In addition, flowers and gifts from the hospitality suites at Old Trafford have been given to St Ann’s Hospice and native charities respectively.

It follows a joint donation of £100,000 by the membership and the Manchester United Foundation to meals charity FareShare that was introduced earlier this week. 

Collette Roche, United’s chief working officer, Manchester United, mentioned on the time: ‘We are proud of the work Manchester United Foundation does to assist our local people and this has by no means been extra vital than it’s now with so many households going through a tricky winter.

‘Manchester United is happy to be making this joint donation with the Foundation to FareShare Greater Manchester and we invite our followers to unite with us behind this important trigger.’

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