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The week-long annual campaign aims to showcase the social impact European professional football has on the community and the activities being delivered in support of this.
As part of City in the Community’s 30th year celebrations, coaches plan to deliver 30,000 hours of initiatives in an aim to help 50,000 kids get a better shot at life.
To find out more visit: www.morethanfootball.eu
City in the Community’s Disability Coordinator, Paul Kelly, is responsible for one of the Foundation’s flagship programmes – the disability football project, One City.
Junior Blue, Idris, who had his leg amputated after being diagnosed with a form of bone cancer, recently discovered he’ll be meeting his Manchester City heroes.
We’re introducing fans to two inspiring individuals, one who is responsible for our community work in Manchester and the other who leads a global project in Mexico City.