'Captain Marvel' signs up for Sheffield children's charity
DURING his distinguished career Blades boss Bryan Robson has done his bit for both club and country.
Now the man they call Captain Marvel is preparing to play his part to help local kids.
The former England skipper and father-of-three has pledged his support to Help a Hallam Child, which aims to help enhance the lives of children in the region.
The United manager joins a strong team of Sheffield footballing favourites as a patron of the charity.
Fellow patrons include former Wednesday chairman Sir Dave Richards who is now chairman of the Premier League, and Sheffield foot-ball legend Derek Dooley.
Robson said: “I feel it is important in my role as Sheffield United manager to be an active member of the city’s community and I look forward to my role as patron with this deserving cause.
“Children are the future of the game.”