Newcastle ace Danny Rose makes second NHS gesture during coronavirus crisis

Amid the coronavirus epidemic, the Magpies defender shelled out to have hundreds of Dominos pizzas delivered to hungry NHS workers who are valiantly trying to save lives


Posted Tuesday, April 07, 2020 by Dailystar.co.uk

Newcastle defender Danny Rose has generously stumped up to buy hundreds of pizzas delivered to courageous NHS frontline staff who are putting their lives on the line in the battle against coronavirus.

Rose was previously unveiled as the mystery donor who stumped up £19,000 to a hospital that treated him while at Tottenham.

And the Magpies star shelled out again to provide a much needed boost to hungry staff at North Middlesex University Hospital, which is one of London's busiest acute hospitals serving 350,000 people living in Enfield, Haringey.

"Thank you Danny Rose for the hundreds of @Dominos_UK pizzas arriving for #TeamNorthMid #NHS," they tweeted with a video showing the Dominos pizza boxes stacked up.

Newcastle ace Danny Rose makes second NHS gesture during coronavirus crisis
Danny Rose sent hundreds of pizzas to the hospital in north London

In a previous video to the NHS heroes Rose said: "I just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you’re doing.

"For the hours you’re putting in and, more importantly, for putting yourself at risk to treat everybody. I wanted to say, on behalf of all my colleagues, that you are the heroes."

The Magpies star's brilliant gesture rightfully earned plenty of praise on social media.

"He’s a good egg Danny Rose yet shamefully plenty of supposed #THFC fans would’ve told you otherwise prior to his donation news breaking out," commented one Twitter user.

"Danny going up every day in my estimation. Well played Danny, well played," said another.

Meanwhile, former England defender Danny Mills has questioned Andy Carroll's Newcastle future and has tipped him to move to MLS or even retire at the end of this season.

"He has not been fit enough this season. What is the point in having him around?" he asked.

"He has hardly been available, let alone been on the pitch.“It is one person that they do not need. He will be on a basic wage, it will not be just a pay-as-you-play. You may as well spend that on somebody else.

“Carroll may have to look somewhere like the MLS because he is just not fit enough. As great as he can be, his body is not up to it right now. He may even think about retirement but only Andy Carroll will know that.”



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