Saturday, 23 April 2011

John Terry spends his money at a club on children

Home wrecker and hilarious penalty taker, John Terry, spent an undisclosed amount of money to secure the future of his boy-hood club:

The BBC reports:

The defender donated an undisclosed amount to Senrab in Tower Hamlets, east London, so it can continue to train its young footballers.
Other Premier League stars including Ledley King and Jermain Defoe also played for Senrab as youngsters.
But the club's existence was threatened due to increasing costs for training facilities.

This is actually quite a nice thing to do so I can't have a real go at Terry here.  It's nice to see someone spend their money to help other people do the same things they have, so soon he might donate some money towards the Wayne Bridge Foundation for heart-break or he could even help the family of that goalkeeper that killed himself because *potentially libellous text removed*.

He's the England Captain, you know.