Cliftonville’s first-team squad were pleased to this week welcome MACS young person Michael to Solitude as our players further underlined their support for the hard-working charity.
Ahead of the organisation’s fundraising Sleep Out in Victoria Park next Thursday evening, skipper Chris Curran oversaw things as Michael called in on training where, in addition to being greeted by the team, he enjoyed a pep talk with boss Paddy McLaughlin and was the grateful recipient of a pair of boots donated by Levi Ives.
Michael plans to soon start training with Northern Ireland’s Disability Football side and everyone at Cliftonville FC naturally wishes him the very best of luck in his sporting future.
The Sleep Out arranged by MACS last year raised £28,000, which was spent on much-needed front line housing and support services for those experiencing or facing homelessness.
Registration for this month’s event costs £20 and is available online, with participants asked to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.