Liverpool followers are loving the generosity which has been proven by defender Andy Robertson in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Reds are currently in precautionary self-isolation following the outbreak of COVID-19 which has seen Premier League football suspended till April 30.
In a submit to social media from Scottish charity Again Onside, who provide help to these affected by psychological well being and difficult life circumstances, Robertson’s ‘extraordinarily’ beneficiant act was revealed.
A word to Twitter learn: “A optimistic story to brighten up this unusual and considerably scary week.
“Originally of this week, Crew Again Onside had been in a very powerful place; funds had been extraordinarily low and demand was, and nonetheless is, increased than ever.
“Nevertheless, this morning, we woke as much as quite a few donations in response to out Disaster Attraction that we shared at the start of the week.
“We’re extremely fortunate to be surrounded by essentially the most superb, selfless and kindhearted supporters.
“Each donation we’ve obtained will make such an enormous distinction to these affected by psychological well being.
“From our emergency cellphone line to one-to-one counselling (each that are busier than they’ve ever been), each single penny shall be spent to make sure that these dealing with psychological well being challenges get the help that they want.
“I wish to give a particular point out to Liverpool soccer participant and Scotland captain, Andy Robertson, who immediately donated an especially beneficiant sum of money.
“This specific donation will enable Again Onside to proceed offering lifesaving help to so many individuals which are desperately in want and we’ll truthfully, be perpetually grateful.”
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