Neymar and Gabriel Jesús help the lowest-earning footballers in São Paulo


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Neymar and Gabriel Jesús help the lowest-earning footballers in São Paulo

The outstanding players of PSG and Manchester City join Kaka and the momentum of the Paulista Football Federation in a solidarity campaign.

The Sao Paulo Football Federation (FPF) launched a project this Sunday called Crack Assistance. It consists of an auction of accessories for great players and former footballers to help athletes with little profit in the paralyzed soccer of today in that state of Brazil. In addition, part of the collection will be made to institutions that operate in Paraisópolis and Heliópolis, such as the Bacarelli Institute, Gerando Falcões and Movimento Maré do Bem.

The names of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Kaká, Raí and Mauro Silva are the highlights who joined the initiative. Each of them offers some different and personal element. While the PSG star striker and the Manchester City striker auction off a pair of his boots, Kaka offers to watch a game at Morumbi, with his presence on the premises.

The total collection of the campaign will be divided into two: half will be to help soccer players who earn up to two minimum wages and have suffered for months due to the arrest of the sport due to the pandemic. While the other 50% will go to institutions in Paraisópolis and Heliópolis.

Photo: JEWEL SAMAD / AFP via Getty Images


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