Liverpool player and Egyptian football player Mohamed Salah recently
visited Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
They distributed Liverpool goodies, including bags and signed autographs.
the players were overwhelmed with gratitude to have been able to visit the hospital in celebration of the Christmas holiday season.
the club have constantly involved themselves in dealings directly with the community. From meeting directly with fans to charity work, the club seeks to truly live out the club ethos via its actions.
For the youth at the facility, though, it must be immense. I mean, imagine knowing that the likes of Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, and Mohamed Salah would come to see you? How big would your smile be if Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson, or The Admiral himself, Naby Keita, sidled up to your hospital room? The small sacrifice from the players likely made a young child’s entire week.
More, it reminded them that as they recuperate, they aren’t forgotten. That they don’t walk alone.
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