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Media playback is not supported on this device Roma: The Serie A club raising awareness of missing children Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City are among 86 European clubs using their social media to help find missing young people on Monday.Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Celtic and Rangers are also taking part.The ‘Football Cares’ initiative on International…

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Roma: The Serie A club raising awareness of missing children

Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City are amongst 86 European clubs utilizing their social networks to assist discover missing out on young people on Monday.

Toolbox, Chelsea, Tottenham, Celtic and Rangers are also taking part.

The ‘Football Cares’ initiative on International Missing Kid’s Day sees clubs share videos featuring children missing all over the world.

They consist of pictures, details of where they were last seen and a phone number to call with info.

The project was inspired by Italian club Roma, who have showed videos of missing out on kids when signing players over the past 2 transfer windows.

As a result, 6 kids featured have been discovered.

Both world football’s governing body Fifa and the European Club Association are backing the effort, which is run by the International Centre for Missing Out On and Exploited Kids (ICMEC).

” On International Missing Children’s Day 2020, we are honoured to have the assistance of the international football community,” said ICMEC president Bob Cunningham.

” With the substantial following and worldwide reach that these clubs boast, we hope that someone, somewhere might recognise among the missing kids in the videos and cause a kid being reunited with their liked ones.”

Other clubs taking part consist of German sides Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, Italian clubs Air Conditioner Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus, and Spanish teams Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Genuine Madrid.

” When it concerns safeguarding kids, we want football clubs and fans to come together and to help bring these children back home,” ECA primary executive Charlie Marshall told BBC London.

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” Clubs were falling over themselves to get included and it chimes with what a lot of them are already doing individually.”

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