With fans around the world complaining about the rapid influx of commercialization ruining the beautiful game, clubs looking to bring about a change needn’t look further than Leeds United.
The three time first division Champions are slowly looking to re-establish themselves as a proper club in line with their rich history after the takeover by Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani.
The Championship club has already gained the approval of fans after running numerous charitable operations to support various sectors around the city and through their latest contribution, the club has gained the respect of football communities worldwide.
In an act of heartwarming generosity, the Elland Road club donated a chunk of footballing equipment and apparel to Liversedge FC, after the Yorkshire based semi-professional club had most of their gear stolen during an unfortunate break-in recently.
Liversedge FC showered Leeds with their gratitude through a post on Twitter –
We’ve been at @LUFC today. They’ve kindly made a donation of training kit, tracksuits and bench coats following our recent burglary.
— Liversedge FC (@Liversedge_FC) December 14, 2017