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It is almost something you would expect from people living in Victorian slums. And he said: “Its ridiculous — especially as we come to the winter time and it’s absolutely freezing. “It’s not right that people should choose between eating and wanting to have a hot bath or staying warm. “I’m not a politician and don’t have all the answers. I’m probably not as well versed as I should be — but all I know is for the club to put something on like this is going to help out a lot of people. That is never a bad thing. ” It was EFL clubs that led the way during the dark hour of Covid by helping in their communities and also allowing the NHS to use their facilities to provide vaccinations. Clubs outside the Premier League are not exactly awash with vast resources and many are having to be careful themselves with their own bills during these crazy times.
“My extended family have normal jobs and even my mum has to keep an eye on the bills. Things can get tight. “You get to see it first hand. I speak to my friends and everywhere you turn you see someone somewhere is struggling. “It’s quite evident with this cost-of-living crisis that millions of people are going to struggle and for a club like Millwall to be able to give something back to the community is vital. ” Most read in Championship Mitchell enjoyed attending a coffee morning this week to socialise with supporters and learn about their lives. Even in dark times such an event keeps people in good spirits. The Lions ace said: “I had heard what one lady was giving her grandchildren for Christmas and another couple who are doing walking football.
Millwall star Billy Mitchell helping out with EFL's groundbreaking moveMILLWALL midfielder Billy Mitchell has revealed even his own family have been affected by the cost-of-living crisis that is making life tough for millions of people this winter. So the young Lion was one of the first players to support a new EFL programme targeting fans worse hit by soaring energy, fuel and food bills that are pushing people into poverty. 5Billy Mitchell chats to Millwall fans at a coffee morning The “Together — Supporting Communities” campaign was officially launched last week.
5Preston star Bambo Diaby hands out food and drink in the local community 5Blackpool are just one of many clubs who host brilliant community days Bristol City are offering discounted tickets for selected games in January and February while MK Dons are allowing season-ticket holder can bring a friend for free at a selected game in January. And all this is just the tip of the iceberg. When their communities are in need, EFL clubs are at the front of the queue to help. Mitchell himself is tireless when it comes to working in the community.
All the best, Mac. 13:03KEY EVENTKasey Palmer on his Ashton Gate returnThere'll be a familiar face in the Sky Blues midfield tomorrow night with Kasey Palmer back at Ashton Gate for the first time since leaving the club in the summer. He's told Coventry Live it's the "biggest game of the season". Read the full story HEREKasey Palmer battles with Andi Weimann during the Carabao Cup tie in August (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)12:24Richard ForresterTimm Klose updateNigel Pearson says the defender will be available for selection "soon" after he was in Switzerland dealing with some personal issues.
Bristol City news and transfers live: Latest coming out of Ashton GateHello and welcome to today's live blog. The dust has settled on Saturday's defeat and it was a minor reality check for City who were second best against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. It was a third consecutive loss but the nature of the defeat was the most concerning aspect of the performance. Manager Nigel Pearson will be looking for a reaction tomorrow evening against Coventry who proved they are no pushovers with a 1-0 victory over struggling Middlesbrough at the weekend. Pearson admitted he might need to freshen things up with his team selection for the visit of Mark Robins' side and that will be the case in the midfield with Alex Scott and Matty James missing. City's Under-21s are also in action against Millwall this afternoon in a top of the table clash.
Championship club Millwall are doing their bit by holding weekly coffee mornings, as well as providing a food-bank, discounted after-school and holiday clubs and a donate-a-coat scheme. Yet again, just as they did during the pandemic, it is EFL clubs that are at the forefront of helping the most vulnerable in their communities Mitchell told SunSport: “I do worry for people. I even worry for my own extended family. “Footballers are often in a privileged position but that doesn’t necessarily mean their families are.
But, despite that, Rochdale are providing a food bank and debt advice support service on board their One Stop Bus, Bradford are sending out weekly food packages to families in need and Ipswich are collecting donations of warm clothing through their “Find a Warmer Community” scheme. Leyton Orient are providing Kids for a Quid and Football for a Five in December at selected games and Cambridge are running a Forever United Cafe twice a week, to provide a warm and welcoming space for people to attend. Middlesbrough are also inviting individuals into the stadium for a hot drink as well as providing a warm space with free Wi-Fi and a chance to chat.
“Some clubs will be able to do more than others but if everyone does something it will be valuable in its own little way. ” 5Murray natters to supporters at Millwall as part of the EFL campaign Mitchell loves football at grassroots because “it just feels more real” and often watched non-league matches. Bromley, Welling and Cray are his usual haunts. He said: “My dad and I are massive non-league fans. It just feels a lot more real in a sense.
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Read the full story hereTimm Klose will be available soon, according to Nigel Pearson (Image: Robbie Stephenson/JMP)11:15Richard ForresterMichael Beale's tacticsThe QPR manager spoke of his tactics to help engineer victory over City on Saturday including the tweak he made after 15 minutes to exploit weaknesses in the Robins side.
He is currently the Championship Community Player of the Year — but the last person to be motivated by such an accolade. The midfielder is a great believer in the power of football working for the greater good. 5Glenn Murray with fans at The Den as Millwall do their bit for their community He told me: “I’m not sure we can solve this big a problem but in football everyone can chip in to make it a little bit better. “There are a lot of EFL clubs and if everyone takes care of their little bit of their community you are going to cover the whole country. “Hopefully the Premier League can do something too because they have much better facilities and greater financial backing. They can help even more.
Read the full story hereMichael Beale watches on at Ashton Gate (Image: Dan Mullan/Getty Images)09:49Richard ForresterNames linked with the Middlesbrough jobRob Edwards and former City player Gary O'Neil are being linked with the newly-vacant role, according to John Percy09:47Richard ForresterScott WagstaffThe former Bristol City player Scott Wagstaff has joined National League South side Tonbridge Angels... The midfielder spent three years with City and was a key part of the side that won the double in the 2014/15 campaign. 09:40Richard ForresterChampionship sackingWow, another one! Chris Wilder has been sacked as Middlesbrough manager after 11 games of the season. Defeat against Coventry on Saturday was their fifth of the season having won just two matches.
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“Everyone aspires to play in the Premier League and it’s great to watch the World Cup at the moment but in some ways it all feels like a fantasy world. People can relate a lot more watching their local teams compete. “Going to football on a Saturday or midweek is a focal point for a lot of people. “Some people who I’ve spoken to at the coffee morning, it’s what they live for. They go and work on a weekly basis but their whole enjoyment is watching their team play on a Saturday. “Football offers an escape from the difficult things people are facing and brings happiness … especially when their team is winning.
Read the full story HEREDylan Kadji warms up with Kane Wilson and Chris Martin (Robbie Stephenson/JMP)16:34James PiercyThe Championship is a mad league: Part 6493538316:15James PiercyFull-time in LondonThe Young Robins stay unbeaten for the season. 14:56James PiercyU21 updateHalf-time has sounded in south east London and City have drawn level with Millwall through Ben Acey's equaliser.
The undefeated young Robins leapfrogged the London side to the summit last week with a victory over Swansea. We'll bring you all the latest news and rumours coming out of the club and their Championship rivals across the day to stay tuned and continue scrolling down below. SIGN UP: For our daily Robins newsletter, bringing you the latest from Ashton Gate 18:32Richard ForresterThat's all from usThanks for tuning in and catch you tomorrow for match day18:31Richard ForresterA Coventry throwbackHow important was this goal from Yannick Bolasie back in the day vs Coventry in 2012? It was also his first touch with Chris Wood sealing the victory.
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“It’s nice for people to be able to get out of the house, save some money on their bills and have some tea, pastries or whatever, it’s a good idea. ” It’s quite evident with this cost-of-living crisis that millions of people are going to struggle and for a club like Millwall to be able to give something back to the community is vitalBILLY MITCHELLMillwall midfielder Mitchell cannot believe that in modern Britain there are vast numbers of people this winter who are having to choose between heating or eating.
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17:56Richard ForresterCoventry's predicted teamAccording to Coventry Live, here's how the visitors are likely to line-up tomorrow with City boosted by the absence of Gustavo Hamer. Predicted Sky Blues team to face Bristol City: Ben Wilson; Callum Doyle, Kyle McFadzean, Jonathan Panzo; Fankaty Dabo, Ben Sheaf, Jamie Allen, Jake Bidwell; Kasey Palmer; Matty Godden, Viktor Gyokeres. 17:19KEY EVENTKadji in contention for CoventryHe's unlikely to start but Dylan Kadji's absence for the Under-21s today could lead to his inclusion in the matchday 18 against Coventry tomorrow night. Sam Bell is also one to watch having been left out against Millwall.
The Robins are down to 10 men though with Tommy Backwell earning a second yellow card on the stroke of half-time. 13:46Richard ForresterHow the Under-21s line upTwo significant absences from the U21s this afternoon with Sam Bell and Dylan Kadji not in the squad. With Alex Scott and Matty James absent for tomorrow's game, Kadji's exclusion makes sense but Bell's absence is certainly interesting. He's on fire with five goals in his last three matches and a hint that he could be involved tomorrow. Although there's already stiff competition with Weimann, Semenyo, Martin, Wells and Conway pushing for starts 13:07James PiercyMac Boyd joins Frome Town on loanOne that may have gone under the radar a little as it was announced on Saturday morning but U21 goalkeeper Mac Boyd has joined Southern League side Frome Town on loan for the next 28 days.
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