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Local Adult Player In Need

One of our own needs help NOW!!
Many in GA FC know Mundo - lets all help - go online and donate - every $ helps!!! Thanks

Some of you may have heard that Mundo Campbell has become very ill with brain cancer. He has been a highly regarded fixture in our leagues (30s and 50s) for many years. I would like all of us to step up and help him with his medical expenses - as much as we can!. In the past we have organized charity tournaments to raise money to support our comrades- but in the interest of time, can I suggest we mark this weekends Roswell games as "Support Mundo!!!" -  we have games Friday and Sunday scheduled in the 30s, 50s and 58s leagues. Can all the managers get the word out to the soccer folks to bring funds to the game - a donation from everyone playing (every $$$$ helps) would mean so much. Or they can go online to the link

 I ask each manager, and member of GA FC to please help in this endeavor, get the message out, and collect funds from your teams, donate yourself. 

 FYI - I received the attached from his teammate, Paul Hart:



I have some difficult news to share with you.  Mundo Campbell, currently our Vintage Genesis Coach, has developed brain cancer and is in need.  

I assume you all know Mundo, he has been a fixture in the local soccer leagues for 5 decades.  We are hoping that there are many players in your respective address books that have played with Mundo and would want to know his circumstance and ultimately want to contribute to a Go Fund Me Page we started this evening for his medical expenses.  Please help by reaching into our soccer community and I greatly appreciate your support in getting the word out.