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Pep Guardiola donates €1m to help fight Covid-19 pandemic

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has donated 1million euros (£918,000) to aid the battle against coronavirus in Spain.

The former Barcelona player and manager has contributed to a campaign by Col·legi de Metges de Barcelona (Barcelona Medical College).

The college tweeted a statement which read: "Pep Guardiola participates in the donation campaign of the Barcelona College of Physicians and the Angel Soler Daniel Foundation with a financial contribution of one million euros for the acquisition of medical supplies during the emergency by COVID-19."

Oregon-based Seamus Golf has temporarily closed its store in order to help those on the frontline of the crisis.

While all commercial activity has ceased at the Spitfire Ground, meeting space has been made available to the NHS, East Kent Hospital and local councils.

The red half of Merseyside is also helping out, supporting the local community with the launch of the 'LFC Connect' initiative to help people stay connected.

Everton captain Seamus Coleman and manager Carlo Ancelotti have also been doing their bit to raise funds and boost spirits during the coronavirus crisis.
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