Leeds United fans were singing the praises of the club after the Whites’ official Twitter account shared a video of players getting involved in community work in the build-up to Christmas.
The video showed plenty of players showing their support for various community projects.
They included Pablo Hernandez donating shirts to a local cerebral palsy football team, a group of players visiting patients at Leeds General Infirmary and Kiko Casilla handing a young fan a signed goalkeeper shirt.
Andrea Radrizzani was also involved, with the owner among visitors to the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund based in the city.
There was also a mention for retiring guide dog Rita, who got a rousing farewell in the recent game against Cardiff City at Elland Road.
Fans were delighted with the community spirit shown by the club, staff and the players by sending their replies to the heart-warming video – some of which you can see below:
WHAT A CLUB
— Jack 🍋 (@JSkorecki95) December 24, 2019
This is what it’s all about 👏👏 #lufc
— Tommo (@LUFC1992) December 24, 2019
Pablo Leeds legend
— Jonesy (@JonesMartyn) December 24, 2019
Class on & off the pitch
— Barney (New Account!) (@barney___21) December 24, 2019
This make me so proud.💛💙
— Robert Breen (@bobbreen73) December 24, 2019
Best club ever 💙💛
— Smalesy (@shez_dictates) December 24, 2019
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