After Captain Liam Cooper revealed donation players, the club said he would stand ‘united’ to help feed vulnerable children.It comes after a job offer to extend free school meals was rejected by the government said MPs.The which it had already introduced more effective measures to support families.
Leeds United has said it will match the donation of £ 25,000 committed by his team for Marcus Rashford campaign for free school meals during holidays.
England striker Manchester United Rashford, which was made an MBE earlier this year, intensified its campaign meals school this week after Conservative MPs rejected the motion Day Opposition Labor to extend the provision of free school meals by 322 votes to 261 with five conservative MPs rebelling.
“MarcusRashford are all united at this time, #LUFC match the £ 25,000 donated by our players,” the Premier League club tweeted.
Leeds City Council has announced its “healthy holidays” – to provide free activities and meals for vulnerable children in the city – on Friday, after best efforts Rashford.
Cooper replied on Twitter with the donation of the players, who responded to Rashford with emoji heart.