Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) is pleased to announce that Middlesbrough FC manager, Tony Pulis, has recently agreed to become a patron of the organisation. Tony has supported the work of SRtRC at previous clubs and sees real value in the work of the charity.
Tony Pulis, Middlesbrough FC manager, said;
“I am delighted to become a patron of the anti-racism education charity Show Racism the Red Card, I have supported this organisation for many years in my previous clubs. We have made good progress in the fight against racism in football, but more needs to be done in terms of taking this message into society and education is the way to do this. Middlesbrough Football Club have been involved in SRtRC for 22 years since Viv Anderson and Bryan Robson helped found the organisation and I am proud to support their ongoing work.”
Ged Grebby, Show Racism the Red Card Chief Executive, said;
“Show Racism the Red Card have been working with Middlesbrough Football Club for the last 22 years and it is great news that Tony Pulis has agreed to become our latest patron. As a charity we rely on the good will of our patrons to help us in getting our anti-racism message out to as wide an audience as possible. We look forward to working with Tony and wish him well at Boro.”
Show Racism the Red Card would like to thank all patrons for their support and for their valuable role in inspiring and educating young people against racism.