Good news story – Former Man Utd stars let homeless stay in their hotel

Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs bought the old Manchester stock exchange building to renovate and do up as a boutique hotel. On Sunday when homeless people started squatting in the building, rather than going straight to the courts to chuck them out, the former Manchester United players said the homeless group can stay there for the whole of winter.

Thank you so much, you don’t understand what you have done for us,” Hall a housing and human rights activist said repeatedly to Neville.

If you’ve never heard of Ryan Giggs then watch Football Focus discussing how he ranks among Premiership greats:

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2 thoughts on “Good news story – Former Man Utd stars let homeless stay in their hotel

  1. That’s good for him and the homeless but they better find a home to live in before he sends them out

    by Jake Rawal
    year 7

  2. Its good for him and very lucky that the players let the homeless stay, but they shall need a home before they’re thrown out. They need more luck!

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