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Why football needs more philanthropy

Manchester United and Spanish midfielder, Juan Mata, has pledged to donate 1 per cent of his salary to charity.  

To read more on how one man’s charitable gift may just have changed the culture of football for the better, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine

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