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Thiago Motta participates in Emmanuel Gyasi’s charity event



Emmanuel Gyasi, in addition to being a hard – worker in the field, is also particularly concerned with social problems affecting the most vulnerable people.

And, in conjunction with his humanitarian organization, the Emmanuel Gyasi Foundation, he has chosen to bake solidarity artisan panettone for individuals less fortunate than us over the Christmas season.

The attacker shared an Instagram picture of former Eagles coach Thiago Motta and three Bologna players holding a panettone.

Gyasi thanked the coach: “Far but close. Thank you very much for your contribution”.

His foundation has been supporting the vulnerable in Ghana.

“The association was born a few years ago, then my girlfriend Carolina had the idea of ​​bringing it to Italy and we had a huge response. We thought we were going to sell a hundred eggs, but instead we had to close the reservations at 250, because as artisanal products we could not prepare more,” he said.

“My teammates were the first to participate: I should mention them all, but I say Daniele Verde and Riccardo Saponara for their generosity. To date we have raised around 15,000 euros,”

“In Accra, Africa, my uncle works with whom we choose the projects to support. There are many vulnerable groups: orphans, disabled people, abused women, inhabitants of rural villages without drinking water or electricity,”


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