Manchester United has kindly donated an original autographed photograph of Argentinian international player Marcos Rojo to Fosterline Foundation. The signed photo is up for auction on Ebay with a starting bid of £20 to ‘kick-off’ FosterTalk’s second anniversary celebration of delivering Fosterline on behalf of the Department for Education.
The United defender is a fan of rabonas (where the ‘wrong’ foot comes around the standing foot to strike the ball), most footballers only use a rabona – this classic trick very occasionally. So if you are fascinated by rabonas, a follower of Marcos Rojo or a fan of Manchester United start bidding for this photograph before it gets snapped up.
The money raised from the sale of the photograph will go towards Fosterline Foundation which aims to carry out fundraising activities on behalf of Fosterline to generate income to ensure the sustainability of Fosterline.
Fosterline is a free helpline and website for current and prospective foster carers in England to access impartial and confidential fostering information and support.
Do you know a Manchester United fan that would love this photo as a present? Start bidding now to ‘score’ points with a loved one hurry though as the ‘whistle’ will blow to end the auction on Friday 3rd July.
To make a bid click here.