The current pandemic has left a lot people in difficult positions, and Glasgow Rangers have not managed to avoid hardship.
Whilst they are not on the front line in terms of those affected by the disease, in the footballing bubble it could have a damning effect on the future of the game. As it stands, it remains unclear when football will return in Scotland, and this current season looks to be in danger given that the majority of the clubs north of the border have voted to end the campaign rather than see it played out.
The Gers players, at least, have done their bit to help those in need. Alfredo Morelos, for example, has been spotted in his homeland of Colombia delivering meals, and Scott Arfield has also helped out by raising over £9,000 for the NHS by initiating a raffle for his match-worn shirt from the Braga game this season.
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He revealed the winner via a six-word tweet, and the post received plenty of attention from the club’s supporters who took the chance to praise his actions – one fan even called him a “class act”. You can see some of the best comments below.
Well done Scott-you’re my son Sean’s hero -you may remember making a wee birthday video for him with Jordan Rossiter and Jon Flanagan which he loves -still shows it to everyone! All the best to you
— robert taylor (@robertmeractayl) May 4, 2020
Scotty Arfield is a real class act on and off the pitch.
He’s everything a Ranger should be.
Well done Scott! https://t.co/Nuqf94wiN9
— Callum (@Mackenzito94) May 4, 2020
Class act 👏👏👏 https://t.co/ZI7MOAv5tK
— Steven Souness (@StevenSouness) May 5, 2020
— Michelle Brooks (@Michell74656510) May 5, 2020
Well done to all those contributors! Brilliant idea and well done Mr A!
— dex (@PRodgersN) May 4, 2020
Excellent stuff 🤣 pic.twitter.com/buWL42gOv4
— Lee (@_Leeroy72) May 4, 2020
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