If Leeds United aren’t doing it on the pitch at the moment, Patrick Bamford is ensuring that the very high standards insisted by Marcelo Bielsa at the club are continued off it. 

Last night, it was revealed that Bamford has donated £5,000 of his own money to Beeston Primary to help kids with remote learning.

He funded the purchase of 20 iPads and recorded an inspirational message, too.

Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Graham Smyth relayed the response from Beeston Primary, who said they were “blown away” by Bamford’s generosity.

it’s a class act from Bamford and, once again, we can say how proud we are to be fans of this club who continue to make headlines for all the right reasons.

Bielsa has attempted to bring in humility in his players in his holistic approach to the club.

He had them picking up litter when he arrived to try to get them to relate to the fans and it certainly seems to have rubbed off on Bamford.

Leeds don’t play this weekend after getting knocked out of the FA Cup by Crawley but are back in action next Tuesday against Newcastle.

We hope Bamford gets back among the goals but, in the meantime, we’re loving his class act – as are these Leeds fans…

In other Leeds United news, Leeds get major fitness boost ahead of PL clash v Newcastle


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