Danny again showed his support for the NHS by sending “hundreds” of Domino’s Pizza and Danny Rose donated 19,000 pounds to North Middlesex University Hospital staff.
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Newcastle on joint loan England defender Danny Rose has made another unbelievable gesture for NHS staff who are fighting the coronovirus epidemic.
The England footballer Danny Rose donated 19,000 pounds and hundreds of free payaway pizzas to NHS staff, who are battling a coronovirus crisis.
Rose sent a stock of Domino’s pizza to Medicare staff at North Middlesex University Hospital, days after making a donation of around £ 20,000 to the same hospital.
Danny also sent a video message, in which he said: “Hey everyone at North Mid Hospital.
This is Danny Rose. I want to say a big thank you for all you are doing right now and the hours you are putting more importantly, putting yourself at risk in these sad and scary times Treat everyone again
I just wanted to say on behalf of my colleagues that you are a hero and I think you are not getting the recognition you deserve.
I have been to your hospital a few times with my club Tottenham. you are hero. The hours and work you are applying went unnoticed
The best thing we can do is stay indoors and fight it.
Earlier, Danny Rose said that Premier League players feel that the calls to cut wages during the coronovirus epidemic are against the wall.
We feel like our back is against the wall, “Rose told the BBC.” There were talks before people outside football commented