West Ham winger Michail Antonio drives to Birmingham to ensure charity receives signed shirt on time
West Ham winger Michail Antonio is in danger of giving footballers a good name with the way he fulfilled a promise made to a Birmingham charity.
Antonio had pledged a signed shirt for Libby Mae’s Little Angels to founders Richard and Charlotte Sharratt, but had run out of time to post it before last Saturday’s black-tie ball and auction for neonatal units across the region.
So Antonio drove up to Birmingham after West Ham’s home draw with Middlesbrough to deliver the shirt personally.
Thanks @Michailantonio for your generosity dropping your signed shirt tonight @MacBurlington on way from... read more
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