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Weʼre raising £1,500 to help Bruno Miguel da Silva's family during a serious head injury, for loss of earnings and treatment.

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During a football game between Wythenshawe Town and Avro FC, Goalkeeper Bruno Miguel da Silva sustained a serious head injury, fracturing his skull, along with potential brain bleeding.

Bruno will not be able to work during this very tough time for him and his family, so any donation will be a massive help for them to cover living and treatments for Bruno.

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Page last updated on: 10/8/2018 6:00 PM

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43

  • Jordan Gidley

    Jordan Gidley

    Oct 8, 2018

    £10.00

  • BRIAN HALL

    BRIAN HALL

    Oct 7, 2018

    Hope you make a quick recovery- good luck

    £10.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 6, 2018

    £50.00

  • Paulo Ribeiro

    Paulo Ribeiro

    Oct 5, 2018

    £30.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 3, 2018

    Let's get you back between those sticks asap Bruno 💙💙💙

    £10.00

  • Lidia

    Lidia

    Oct 3, 2018

    £30.00

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous

    Oct 2, 2018

    This is really unfortunate,I wish you a speedy recovery Bruno, God bless you 🙏🏾. Thank you Ollie, God bless you.Ricardo

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