'Get in touch' - Former Leeds United youngster Romario Vieira on life after football and helping others
FORMER Leeds United youngster Romario Vieira is hoping to make plans for life after football whilst also helping others.
Vieira - the twin brother of former Whites midfielder Ronaldo - re-signed for Tadcaster Albion back in October.
However, the Brewers have not played since October 31 and the football seasons at Steps 3 to 6 have been curtailed due to the country's ongoing fight against coronavirus.
Taking to his Twitter page on Wednesday, 22-year-old Vieira posted: "With the current Covid-19 situation, I haven't been able to play so I have a lot of free time where I keep fit and also I want to learn new set of skills because there's life beyond football.
"I also want to help other people. If there's any charities /anybody needing help get in touch.
"Or anyone business entrepreneurs who have time to teach or show me some skills in the business world, please get in touch as I am keen to learn new skills whilst am not playing.
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Thank you Laura Collins