Christian Atsu visited the Newcastle United Foundation’s half-term Soccer School on Thursday.
Black Stars midfielder, Christian Atsu visited the Newcastle United orphanage soccer school on Thursday to fraternize with the kids and display his skills.
Christian Atsu’s club career which took a nose dive, seems to be on the rise after joining Newcastle United on from Chelsea FC.
He paid a visit to the Newcastle United Foundation Soccer School on Thursday to have a good time with the kids.
Atsu has shared his experience and the fun he had
“I really enjoyed working with the Newcastle United Foundation and telling the children on their soccer school about the charity I support in Ghana,” he told the Club’s website.
“I was incredibly grateful to receive their donation for the children in the Orphanage – I wasn’t expecting that and I know how much it will be appreciated when I take it over.
“Meeting the orphans whose lives have been transformed through Arms Around The Child’s support and hearing the sad stories full of abandonment and sorrow, then to see how they have adapted and grown together as one big happy family, is inspirational.
“It’s clear that many children are suffering, I shall do my best to support Arms Around The Child and some of these children in my homeland and beyond. Investing time, talent and resources results in happier and healthier lives.
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