PEP GUARDIOLA’S jumper was revealed to be selling humanitarian charity Open Arms – the organisation the beneficiant Manchester Metropolis boss donated £130,000 to in 2018.
Pep Guardiola’s hooded jumper clearly confirmed off the Open Arms charity
Guardiola has worn the highest for quite a lot of Premier League touchline appearancesCredit score: Reuters
Targets from Ilkay Gundogan and Ferran Torres gave Metropolis all three factors on the Etihad.
The consequence prolonged their unbeaten run to 10 video games – offering some Christmas cheer for the membership’s boss.
Guardiola, 49, had a giant black coat on prime of the sweatshirt for almost all of the sport because the rain lashed down on the identical weekend Storm Bella wreaked havoc in the UK with 100mph winds.
The Open Arms branding was absolutely seen when Guardiola unzipped his coat for his post-match interview.
Open Arms founder Oscar Camps beforehand revealed charitable Guardiola dipped into his personal pocket to assist hold the NGO’s principal vessel afloat for serving to migrants.
In 2018, he advised Catalan radio station RAC1: “Guardiola got here to us and provided us a donation of 150,000 euros from his personal pocket.”
He additionally revealed that “the assist of assorted others athletes who additionally needed to contribute helped us to realize the objective of constructing the vessel lively once more.”
Working primarily within the Mediterranean, the boat – which bears the Open Arms identify – carries out search and rescue missions to assist migrants trying to make it into Europe from North Africa.
Many are fleeing from war-torn nations, persecution and poverty.
The boat had been impounded by the Italian authorities two years in the past after docking within the Sicilian port of Pozzallo with 218 migrants on board.
And after its launch the charity issued a fundraising enchantment to restore harm brought on by unhealthy climate.