Newcastle united’s on-loan England defender Danny Rose has made another incredible gesture to the NHS staff who are fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
England footballer has donated £19,000 and hundreds of free takeway pizzas to NHS staff battling the coronavirus crisis.
Rose sent a stockpile of Domino’s pizza to the medicare staff at the North Middlesex University hospital, just days after donating a whopping donation of nearly £20,000 to the same hospital.
Danny Rose also sent a video message in which he said: “Hey everyone at North Mid Hospital.
“This is Danny Rose. I just want to say a huge thank you for everything you are doing at the moment and the hours you are putting in and more importantly, putting yourself at risk just to treat everybody in these sad and scary times we’re in.
“I just wanted to say on behalf of my colleagues you are the heroes and I think you are not getting the recognition you deserve.
“I’ve been to your hospital a few times with my club Tottenham. You are the heroes. The hours and work you are putting in has not gone unnoticed.
“The best thing that we can do is stay indoors and fight it.”
Earlier, Danny Rose had said that Premier League players feel their backs are against the wall over calls to take wage cuts during the coronavirus pandemic.
“We sort of feel that our backs are against the wall,” Rose had told the BBC. “Conversations were being had before people outside of football were commenting.