Catholic footballer pays for homeless to stay in hotel
Catholic footballer James McClean has provided homeless people with meals and shelter.
The Republic of Ireland international, together with his wife Erin, has paid for six people to stay in a hotel in his home city of Derry, with all of their meals provided.
McClean’s latest charitable act was revealed by his sister, Mary-Jane McClean, when she shared the news via social media.
‘My brother has huge heart. Him and Erin just paid for six homeless people to stay in the Maldron Hotel for a few nights with food,’ she wrote on Facebook. ‘We’re just away collecting them now and taking them to the hotel. Already left a wee man to the hotel who lays at Foyleside (shopping centre), the critter is buzzing going to collect more now. You are a credit James McClean and Erin McClean.’
McClean has donated money to various causes in the past, including the homeless, those with alcohol problems and children in need of medical care.
This week’s Premier League fixtures:
Tuesday 4th December
AFC Bournemouth v Huddersfield Town – 7:45pm
Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace – 7:45pm
West Ham United v Cardiff City -7:45pm
Watford v Manchester City – 8:00pm
Wednesday 5th December
Burnley v Liverpool – 7:45pm
Everton v Newcastle United – 7:45pm
Fulham v Leicester City – 7:45pm
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea – 7:45pm
Manchester United v Arsenal – 8:00pm
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton – 8:00pm
Saturday 8th December
AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool – 12:30pm
Arsenal v Huddersfield Town – 3:00pm
Burnley v Brighton & Hove Albion – 3:00pm
Cardiff City v Southampton – 3:00pm
Manchester United v Fulham – 3:00pm
West Ham United v Crystal Palace – 3:00pm
Chelsea v Manchester City – 5:30pm
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur – 7:45pm
Sunday 9th December
Newcastle United v Wolverhampton Wanderers – 4:00pm
Monday 10th December
Everton v Watford – 8:00pm
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