Class of ’92-backed Salford City are helping to call full-time on hunger by donating pies, soup and cheesecakes to the homeless.
The National League North side, who are part-owned by Manchester United legends Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Phil and Gary Neville, saw their Moor Lane clash Tamworth fall foul of the cold weather just 90 minutes before kick-off on February 24.
But rather than let the half-time grub go to waste, joint-managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley dropped off 150 pies, vats of leek and potato soup and 40 cheesecakes at Manchester-based homeless charity Coffee4Craig.
Joint-manager Johnson said: “The game being off today, we drove down to a homeless shelter with 150-odd pies and cheese cakes that weren’t able to be used today so obviously we’ve been down here to share the good feeling that we have at the club.
“It’s great to be able to help people who were really pleased with what we have brought down so it’s fantastic.”