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Centre for vulnerable people given £2,000 by United

Sheffield United legends present �2,000 to a Sheffield charity

Sheffield United legends present �2,000 to a Sheffield charity

Footballing legends presented a Sheffield charity with £2,000.

Former Sheffield United players Tony Currie and Len Badger handed over the cash to the St Wilfrid’s Centre on Queen’s Road, which helps vulnerable and socially excluded people.

Kevin Bradley, centre director, said: “I’m very grateful for the association with Sheffield United, the club has always been very good to us. The money will go into the general running of welfare services.”

The funds were raised through the Football Association’s community shield project.

 

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