The National League has put its weight behind Shelter's homeless campaign.

National League clubs are encouraged to support Sherter’s campaign to raise money for homeless boxing home games … After the Premier League began to take action illegally.

  • General Manager Mark Eves wrote about the campaign to national league clubs
  • He encouraged teams that host boxing days to wear their off-field kit.
  • Shelter’s No Home Kit Drive aims to create awareness for the homeless and homeless.
  • The move is in stark contrast to the Premier League, which claims it violates our rules.











The National League has abandoned its homeless campaign. Premier League The chiefs declared against the laws.

General Manager Mark Eves wrote in a letter to all clubs that the competition is in support of the Schedule No Home Kit program, taking into account the needs of the homeless.

Ives encouraged clubs hosting boxing days to wear off-field kits as part of the campaign. Sports message He knew that many would do the same.

The National League has put its weight behind Shelter’s homeless campaign.

The position of the National League is in direct conflict with the Premier League and they say they are breaking the rules if they want to donate to their clubs.

Several clubs in the EFL have already applied for permission to exchange pockets and have been told by the competition that they have no problems with the competition.

It would be great if we had more clubs and it would be nice if we had all 68 clubs, writes Ives.

Even if a club is playing off the field, they can support it in the same way by wearing the No No Kit Kit and voting on social media.

Premier League clubs, on the other hand, said the move was against the law.

Premier League clubs, on the other hand, said the move was against the law.

Tottenham Hotspur are one of the few clubs to wear their off-field kit for the Boxing Day.

Tottenham Hotspur are one of the few clubs to wear their off-field kit for the Boxing Day.

This can be as big or as small as the clubs want. It may just be a kit and an accompanying social text, but if clubs want to go further in terms of content and fundraising they can provide you with everything they need shelter. ‘

last week, Sports message The Premier League has hit out at clubs’ demands. They say such a change would be contrary to the rules of the league against Kits.

Earlier this season, Cristiano Ronaldo signed for Edison Cavani and was given a special distribution by Manchester United to take the number seven.

A number of top flight clubs are considering the penalty and are considering opposing the Premier League decision.

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