It’s just as well Celtic’s first team squad do their talking on the pitch- as the video clip below shows Neil Lennon’s squad struggling to read their lines for the clubs Charity Sporting Dinner.
While Emilio Izaguirre and Miku have some excuses it’s difficult not to have sympathy with whoever were the school teachers that found James Forrest and Dylan McGeouch on their register.
The young wide boys struggled badly with their scripts including one scene where they were apparently helping each other out over linking the lines about Mary’s Meals and the club’s charity work in Kenya.
In among the out-takes there are some crafty clips of Izaguirre pulling strings while Lassad Nouioui has clearly taken quickly to the lingo by the way no wot a mean n’at ladz.
Despite the efforts of the bumbling bhoys the charity dinner raised £54,000 with much more expected over the year as the club celebrates it’s 125th anniversary with the 1254125 campaign.
Mary’s Meals is a global movement that sets up school feeding projects in some of the world’s poorest communities, where hunger and poverty prevent children from gaining an education. It provides one daily meal in a place of learning in order to attract chronically hungry children into a classroom, where they receive an education that can, in the future, be their ladder out of poverty.
Mary’s Meals began feeding 200 children in 2002 in Malawi. Today, they feed over 730,000 children every day in 16 countries. Our support will go towards the construction, equipping and running of a feeding shelter at Mwiruti Primary school in Eldoret, Kenya.
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