Many Leicester City fans have responded on Twitter to a suggestion from a fan account on Twitter about a way to fundraise for The Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Foundation.
The popular twitter page, @LeicesterFanTV, has suggested an idea to raise money for the charity, which includes the club’s new state of the art training facility which is currently being built.
The £100m training ground is currently being built off the A46, in what has been described as “the most advanced training facility in Europe” (via Leicestershire Live).
The previous link has an update from the new training ground, with drone footage showing the developments on the site.
LeicesterFanTv suggested that the club should do a fans day where supporters can come along and check out the new facility. They said that the club could £10 per person for the viewing, and the money raised could go to the Vichai fund.
Many fans got behind the idea, as you can read below…
— Lee Chappy (@Lee_Chappy) November 21, 2019
It’s purely for fans so up for it!!
— Yogi (@yogibear0465) November 21, 2019
Cracking idea! I’d pay 10 and donate 10
— Richard (@RichardRp57) November 21, 2019
Yes excellent idea although access off and back on A46 could cause issues with hundereds of fans driving unless they do a park and ride
— Stapleford Railway (@Staplefordtrain) November 21, 2019
— Charlie (@Charlie42719146) November 21, 2019
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— Michael Andrews (@forthelostsoul) November 21, 2019