football isn’t just about million pound deals and players driving Ferraris.
It is, in the case of Leeds United, about community involvement.
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The club has given a fresh start to a man who became homeless and saw his family relationships fall apart due to his drug use. The club has trialled a charity employment scheme at Elland Road.
It is schemes such as this which endear the club to everyone in the city, including those who are not particularly fond of football.
The club deserves every credit for this scheme.